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Hole in Me

April 21, 2010 1 comment

by Aine Scannell

Hole in Me, by Aine Scannell
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Silkscreen and collagraph

30 x 30 cm or 12 x 12 inches

2009

 

Aine Scannell (first name pronounced Oy N yah) is an Irish fine artist printmaker residing in Scotland. Her art work is generally located in the realm of the personal with imagined hybrids and ciphers and incorporating symbolic references. Her work has been widely exhibited in the UK and internationally, and was recently featured in the publication Printmaking at the Edge by Richard Noyce. Visit her website and blog.

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Ice Babies II

April 1, 2010 1 comment

by Aine Scannell

Ice Babies II by Aine Scannell
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Intaglio collagraph and inkjet archival pigment print on circular fibre board (2 cm deep)

Diameter: 33 cm, or about 13 inches

2002

 

Aine Scannell (first name pronounced Oy N yah) is an Irish fine artist printmaker residing in Scotland. Her art work is generally located in the realm of the personal with imagined hybrids and ciphers and incorporating symbolic references. Her work has been widely exhibited in the UK and internationally, and was recently featured in the publication Printmaking at the Edge by Richard Noyce. Visit her website and blog.

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Silent Witness

June 7, 2008 1 comment

Silent Witness
The central portion of an art installation concerned with the condition of being
lost at sea or lost in transit. Materials include L.E.D. lights, tissues, plaster
casts, synthetic fibres, and a circular mirror. View the complete photo set.

by Aine Scannell

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