Christmas Studio Show
success of John's summer studio show, he is staging another private viewing of
his new work in the relaxing surroundings of his home and studio - 106 Griffith
Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, on Sunday The 12th of December 2004 - 10.00am to
For more details email John at firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone 8372162
Submission Group Exhibition 2004 At The Wicklow County Council Arts Office.
Nolan is one of the artists selected to exhibit in the County Buildings, Station
Road in Wicklow Town between 15th November and Friday 10th December 2004.
will be opened by Cllr. John Byrne, Chairperson, Wicklow County Council. There
is also an unveiling of a donation to the County Municipal Collection by Friends
of the National Collection of Ireland - " The Good Shepherd" - Artist Evie Hone
(1894 - 1955).
WINNER - 'Liquitex' artist of the month, September 2004
John has been awarded artist of the month from Liquitex,
the popular manufacturer of acrylic paint.
Nolan was born in Dublin Ireland in 1958. The celebration of color and form preoccupied
him from an early age and was nurtured through the encouragement and instruction
received from his artist father..
read more on the Liquitex website
Celebration Of Colour 6.30pm - 9pm, Mon. 6th of September 2004
are delighted to present The Irish Colourist John Nolan's first UK solo show:
A Celebration of Colour at The Gallery Restaurant, 20 Earlsdon Street,
Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6EG.
his modern figurative and abstract work will be on view in this exhibition. John
will be at the gallery on the night to discuss his work. The show will continue
until the 2nd of October 2004.
futher information contact Michael Cant email@example.com
Tel : 01926314312 Sponsored by Larch Consulting, UK.
" A Bold Brush With Colour " - In The Sunny Southeast
solo Exhibition of John's new work in the newly opened Jones
Art Gallery, Harbour Mill, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.
The exhibition will be officially opened by KEN WIGHAM, at 8.00pm on Monday the
9th of August 2004 and will continue until the end of August.
gallery is open Monday to Saturday 11.00am - 7pm.
National Treasury Management Agency Selects John's Paintings
NTMA annual report and accounts for the year ended 31st of December 2003 was launched
on the 21st of July 2004 at the Treasury Building, Grand Canal Street, Dublin
2. The Minister for Finance, Charlie McCreevey and Doctor Michael Somers , Chief
Executive of the NTMA, both attended the launch.
paintings reproduced in this report are the work of John Nolan, displaying a mixture
of his modern figurative and abstract work. This is John's third time to be chosen
as the featured artist in the report.
is a private viewing of John's new paintings in his home and studio - 106 Griffith
Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, on Sunday the 27th of June 2004 - 12.30pm to
For more details email John at firstname.lastname@example.org
or telephone 8372162.
Nolan is exhibiting his abstract work as one of the featured artists selected
by Aisling Kilroy of the Narrow Space Gallery - 14 Mitchel Street, Clonmel. Co.
the work of a selection of Irish and International artists selected from www.artvitae.com
the show will be opened on Friday 18th June 2004 at 8.00pm by Mary Baxter, who
is the chairperson of the Waterford Healing Trust. "Unplugged" will run until
7th August 2004.
show would not be possible without the art website www.artvitae.com,
which Michael and Geraldine Loyer have successfully developed, bringing together
140 artists from all over the world.
gets Whig-y with it
gets Whig-y with it, an absolute must -see, at The Northern Whig, Belfast.
is interviewed by journalist Brian Campbell, about the opening of his solo exhibition
at The Northern Whig, Belfast, featured in The Irish News - May 8th 2004.
show moves to Art Effect, Spires Mall, Belfast, for two weeks.
Nolan will be exhibiting his modern figurative work at Art Effect Contemporary,
Spires Mall, Belfast. The opening will take place at
The Northern Whig,
2 Bridge Street, Belfast BT1, Thursday 13th May, 5.00pm - 9.00pm.
show will continue at Art Effect from the 14th of May - 28th May.
Art Effect Tel : 048 - 90326858
An exhibition of paintings by John Nolan
and his nephew Stephen Nolan. Until June 2004 - open daily.
For this show John Nolan and his nephew Stephen
Nolan, selected work from their studios. It is an interesting exploration of their
individual approaches to the creative process.There is no premeditated theme to
the exhibition. "Relative Views" refers to the uncle / nephew relationship, which
may or may not dictate the choice of work for the show.
Above: Homage to Modi 20"x20" acrylic
on stretched canvas.
Euro RSCG purchase Florence Biennale paintings
Caravousanos Deputy Managing Director with John nolan in the boardroom of Young
EURO RSCG, Leeson Street|
Nolan's painting " If You Listen - You Can Hear " (diptych - modern figurative
style ) represented Ireland at the Florence Biennale, 6th - 14th of December 2003.
was one the artists invited to represent Ireland at this international survey
of contemporary art, which took place at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence.The
artists were selected by the prestigious International Committee of the Florence
theme John chose for the Biennale is communication , which attracted Young Euro
RSCG Advertising, who are based on Leeson street. The paintings will be hung in
the boardroom of their Leeson Street offices. Congratulations to Young Euro RSCG
for supporting Irish Art.
featuring John's work, planned for 2004
will present his modern figurative work, at various galleries and venues throughout
Ireland and abroad in 2004, commencing with;
March 2004 - The Devenish
Fine Art Gallery, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh.
May 2004 - Art Effect
- Spires mall , Belfast.
More venues to follow soon. For further information
Artists at the 'Florence Biennale'
its inaugural exhibition in 1997 when the work of 317 artists from 17 nations
was exhibited, the 'Florence Beinnale' has been acclaimed as a panoramic survey
of contemporary art.
is by invitation only, and this year the prestigious International Commitee of
the 'Florence Biennale' has invited Irish artists John Nolan, Gregory Toal, Deborah
Donnelly, Roger Cummiskey, adn Tommy Barr to join more than 600 artists from 50
countries in Florence.
The exhibition takes place at the Fortezza da Basso
in Florence from 6-14 December 2003.
Florence Biennale 6 - 14 December.
journey into the Abstract"
'03 until February '04
Hotel, Westmoreland St. Dublin
On Sunday - Jan 4th 2004
and his wife Miriam were featured in "My First Love" article, which describes
how they met in the mid 1980's when John was a struggling artist - Dublin in the
80's was less prosperous than today.