Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Bronze Portrait Sculpture of Dr Ian Paisley



Portrait of Ian Paisley 1992
Bronze Life-size
Signed Philip Flanagan 1/5





Friday, 29 March 2013

Philip Flanagan at Belén Ferrier, Geneva, Switzerland

In March 2013 Philip Flanagan will exhibit fourteen acrylics on canvas with Belén Ferrier.


The finished works, although abstract, are landscape based, but I suggest rather than describe the topography of the landscape, selecting elements which sum up the whole. The paintings are a contour of my feelings, an emotional response to a setting, a psychological territory, where colour and line are used to convey a mood or energy that embodies the territory traversed. I strive to capture the inherent light of the landscape through a process of reduction, searching for an overall simplicity that will convey its true meaning.

 Sunlight on the Shore, acrylic on linen, 130 x 174 cm

 After Sun, acrylic on linen, 80 x 100 cm

Mid Day, acrylic on linen, 80 x 100 cm

© Philip Flanagan

Bronze Portrait of Richard Griffiths, Actor

This is a portrait I made of Richard several years ago.
I was very sorry to learn of his death, he was a wonderful person to be with, clever and humourous.





Copyright  Philip Flanagan

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

BRONZE PORTRAIT OF T.P. FLANAGAN

PORTRAIT OF T.P. FLANAGAN
BRONZE
LIFE-SIZE
EDITION OF 5
1986
© PHILIP FLANAGAN







                                
                             



















Tuesday, 20 November 2012

David Hammond, Singer, Film-maker and Broadcaster

                                                      
                             Bronze, Life-size, 2012. Artist : Philip Flanagan                                                   ©Philip Flanagan                   
                                                          

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast - Outside and Between, Belfast Festival at Queens


Outside and Between examines how perceptions of artists from Northern Ireland are informed by the context in which their work is seen, categorized and discussed. Taking in to account not only subject matter, genre and materiality but also preconceptions about antecedents, practice and platform, the exhibition examines how artists relate to and are identified with Northern Ireland. 

The exhibition features works by Michael Alcorn, St. Claire Allen, Betty Brown, Gerard Devlin, Philip Flanagan, Willie Heron,Tony Hill, Terry McAllister, Mark McGreevy, Rory Moore, Philip Mussen, Eddie Rafferty, Martin Wedge & Derek Wilson. 

Shân McAnena is an art historian and curator, director of the The Naughton Gallery and the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen’s.

The exhibition continues until 24th November 2012 and the Gallery opening hours are: Tuesday – Friday 10.30 am – 5.30 pm & Saturday 10.30 am – 4.00pm





                                   
                                          Concrete Form, Late Morning, Kearney
                                                        Acrylic on Linen
                                                        60 x 80 cm
                                                        2012
                                                        © Philip Flanagan



                                                        
                                                         Concrete Form, Lower Lough Erne, Winter
                                                         Acrylic on Linen
                                                         96 x 122 cm
                                                         2009
                                                         © Philip Flanagan



                                                        Concrete Form, Tully II, Lough Erne Series
                                                        Acrylic on Linen
                                                        120 x 160 cm
                                                        2009
                                                        © Philip Flanagan




                                                Concrete Form with Grey and Red, Lough Erne Series
                                                       Acrylic on Linen 
                                                       150 x 220 cm 
                                                       2008
                                                       © Philip Flanagan