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Book: Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds

Book: Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds

Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds

Siobhan McDonald

Published to accompany Siobhan McDonald’s exhibitions at Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 2017; Highlanes Gallery, Ireland, 2017; Taylor Galleries, Dublin, 2018; The National Trust, Henry Fox Talbot Museum, UK, 2018; Earth.net: International symposium, UK, 2018 and Limerick City Gallery, Ireland, 2019

Publisher: Oonagh Young Gallery

City: Dublin, Ireland

Year: 2018

Pages: 66

Designer: Oonagh Young

Texts by Catherine Marshall, Helen Carey and Tim Robinson.

Editor: Helen Carey

Dimensions: 10 x 7 cm

Cover: Hardback Paperback

Binding: Sewn bound

Edition Size: 350

ISBN: 978-0-9929641-5-3

Purchase from Siobhan McDonald: mcdonaldsiobhan@gmail.com

And the Oonagh Young Gallery http://oonaghyoung.com/

Nature Geoscience

Nature Geoscience

Front Cover Nature Geoscience, Siobhan McDonald 2017

The plants in this photo are some of the oldest plants on our planet. This project looks at plant fossils as a way to figure out what our atmosphere will be like in 150 years time from now.

In tandem with this scientific study, I set up a dark room on site in the atmospheric chambers to record the silhouettes of our earliest plants. Using silver nitrate and light I created a series of ghostly imprints generated by a 400-million-year-old atmosphere – an atmosphere so deadly that two inhalations would suffice to kill a person. This constricting environment calls to mind the fatal impact our collective activities have had on our planet.

Eye of the Storm

Eye of the Storm

Download Eye of the Storm pdf

Publication for 'Eye of the Storm'

Essay by Tim Robinson, written on the occasion of the exhibition 'Eye of the Storm.'

ISBN 978-0-9560033-1-7

Hard Back Publication

 'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition  27th May - 9th August 2014  Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02   Oil on canvas,  60 x 60 cm

'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition

27th May - 9th August 2014

Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02

Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

'Molecule' oil on canvas

'Molecule' oil on canvas

'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition

27th May - 9th August 2014

Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02

Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Book: Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds

Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds

Siobhan McDonald

Published to accompany Siobhan McDonald’s exhibitions at Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, 2017; Highlanes Gallery, Ireland, 2017; Taylor Galleries, Dublin, 2018; The National Trust, Henry Fox Talbot Museum, UK, 2018; Earth.net: International symposium, UK, 2018 and Limerick City Gallery, Ireland, 2019

Publisher: Oonagh Young Gallery

City: Dublin, Ireland

Year: 2018

Pages: 66

Designer: Oonagh Young

Texts by Catherine Marshall, Helen Carey and Tim Robinson.

Editor: Helen Carey

Dimensions: 10 x 7 cm

Cover: Hardback Paperback

Binding: Sewn bound

Edition Size: 350

ISBN: 978-0-9929641-5-3

Purchase from Siobhan McDonald: mcdonaldsiobhan@gmail.com

And the Oonagh Young Gallery http://oonaghyoung.com/

Nature Geoscience

Front Cover Nature Geoscience, Siobhan McDonald 2017

The plants in this photo are some of the oldest plants on our planet. This project looks at plant fossils as a way to figure out what our atmosphere will be like in 150 years time from now.

In tandem with this scientific study, I set up a dark room on site in the atmospheric chambers to record the silhouettes of our earliest plants. Using silver nitrate and light I created a series of ghostly imprints generated by a 400-million-year-old atmosphere – an atmosphere so deadly that two inhalations would suffice to kill a person. This constricting environment calls to mind the fatal impact our collective activities have had on our planet.

Eye of the Storm

Download Eye of the Storm pdf

Publication for 'Eye of the Storm'

Essay by Tim Robinson, written on the occasion of the exhibition 'Eye of the Storm.'

ISBN 978-0-9560033-1-7

Hard Back Publication

'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition

27th May - 9th August 2014

Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02

Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

'Molecule' oil on canvas

'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition

27th May - 9th August 2014

Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02

Oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Ash and Ether

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Threshold

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Sojourn

Book: Crystalline: Disappearing Worlds
Nature Geoscience
Eye of the Storm
 'Invited Artist' at 184th Annual Exhibition  27th May - 9th August 2014  Royal Hibernian Academy, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 02   Oil on canvas,  60 x 60 cm
'Molecule' oil on canvas
Ash and Ether
Ash and Ether
Ash and Ether
Ash and Ether
Ash and Ether
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
Threshold
Sojourn
Sojourn
Sojourn
Sojourn
Sojourn
Sojourn
Sojourn