From the current edition: Mark Ewart visits the studio of Allihies-based artist Rachel Parry who transforms natural matter into mesmerizing art.
From the Summer 2016 edition: George Warren’s approach to art is influenced and inspired by his interest in analytical psychology, writes Robert Armstrong.
From the Autumn 2016 edition: Weird, slightly nauseating yet also beautiful; Francis Halsall looks forward to Siobhán Hapaska’s autumn exhibition at the Kerlin Gallery, Dublin.
Carissa Farrell visits the studio of sculptor Catherine Greene where the magic of transforming abstract idea into plastic form takes place.
From the Spring 2016 edition: Paula Murphy examines the political character of Oliver Sheppard’s work as exemplified by Cúchulainn and his all’antica portrayal of Padraig Pearse.
From the IAR Autumn 2014 Edition: Reflecting on a career marked by invention and experiment, distinguished sculptor Bob Sloan tells Brian McAvera, ‘I find working in the studio as difficult as ever. Nothing comes easy’
From IAR Autumn Edition: Peter Murray examines the career of Don Cronin, whose background in philosophy informs his sculpture.
From the IAR Archive, we republish here Cliodhna Shaffrey’s review of Mullarney’s 2010 winter exhibitions.
Seán Kissane reflects on the career of Gerda Frömel whose handling of form echoes Brancusi’s statement ‘Beauty is absolute equity.’
From the IAR Archive: Michael Waldron tracks the shaping of John Hogan’s national art as championed by Young Irelander Thomas Davis