Published in Exhibitions
09 - 10 - 2015

Kevin Bohan is a part-time volunteer and long-term friend of The Icon Factory. This is Kevin’s fifth solo exhibition and first to exhibit his cartoon BIRDIES.

Published in Exhibitions
28 - 08 - 2015

Magdalena Kraszewska graduated with Master of Fine Art from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland.

Published in Exhibitions
09 - 05 - 2015

Rory Evenson-Phair began to reflect on the absurdity of life with a ballpoint pen while studying molecular genetics at the University of Rochester.

Published in Exhibitions
08 - 05 - 2015

Marianne sees her art practice as a journey of personal growth.

Published in Exhibitions
10 - 04 - 2015

Mary Lambert is a visual artist, working in oil and acrylic.

Published in Exhibitions
20 - 02 - 2015

This exhibition is about dance, it’s nature and magic.

Published in Exhibitions
05 - 05 - 2014

Jennette Donnelly is a multi-disciplinary artist, writer and curator.Donnelly graduated from Dun Laoghaire IADT in 2009 with a BA (hons) in Visual Arts Practices.

Published in Exhibitions
08 - 03 - 2014

“Black and white is the colour of ancient photographs. It is the colour of longing, loneliness, the night, ghosts, time passing, memory, fragments of memories, anxiety and madness.

It is like entering into a realm of mystery and dark magic. I realized that black and white is perfect to express my personality and the imagination in my work.” Katarzyna Sliwa JOYDI

Published in Exhibitions
04 - 08 - 2013

Mark Duffy is a freelance artist who works primarily with acrylics and coloured pencils on canvas or illustration board. While not afraid to use other mediums he prefers the acrylics as they dry and can be changed quickly while still producing high quality effects. This versatility allows him to change the art around to suit the individual needs and tastes of the piece.

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WHERE IS THE ICON FACTORY AND THE ICON WALK?
Temple Bar, Dublin 2 – Just off Fleet Street (Behind the Temple Bar Hotel, The Hard Rock Cafe and The Morgan Hotel)
Look For – Aston Place, Bedford Lane and Price’s Lane for the Icon Walk.