Niamh Cunningham 倪芙瑞莲

Artist in China 艺术家

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The Pattern that Connects

What an unusual opportunity to be able to show work at this time. ‘The Pattern that Connects ‘ is a duo exhibition with woodcut artist Ma Liangfen from Cangzhou academy of Painting , Hebei. The exhibition opened (26/9/2020) at Dong Yue Art Musuem in Chaoyangmenwai .      Thank...

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September _ Kosima’s corkscrew willow

Willow- Sucrose series (11.8) UV print on Aluminium 120x160cm Niamh Cunningham 2020  (This artwork is currently exhibited at The Pattern that Connects at Dong Yue art Museum BJ  until Oct 3 2020) My friend Kosima is a Mother Earth kind of gal. She is a fountain of knowledge on matters ranging...

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Your Invitation to ‘Shared Destiny – The Pattern that Connects

      You are cordially invited to the opening of  ” Shared Destiny -The Pattern that Connects ” a duo exhibition with woodcut artist Ma Liangfen and myself ….. focussing on nature and our relationship with it . …..opens on Saturday 3.30 at Dong Yue Art Museum Beijing...

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Resilience Thinking – building a safe living space for humanity

  Resilience is the capacity to be able to deal with change, to live with change, to make use of change , not just incremental change but also sudden shocks and crises and develop the ability to turn those crises into opportunities. When we acknowledge we are in the...

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August – The Hawthorne Tree

I am delighted to receive Joshua’s story on a Hawthorne tree for the August tree story .  Piyo’s view  acrylic on canvas 50 x 60 cm   A seven year-old named White Horse once found a tree painted on smooth stone by a cave on a mountain called Rooster...

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July – Emoji Trees

Early Evening Yunnan oil on canvas 2014 50 x 150 cm Niamh Cunningham 2014 Very grateful to Sofia Ballon for this month’s tree story of a strange tree that seemed to be reappearing on her travels in Peru. ************************* In 2015 I went on a trip to the north-central...

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Sucrose Series -currently showing at Wuxi Bund Art Centre

Pond Poplars   池边白杨11.02.20 sucrose series Niamh Cunningham 2020 I am very pleased to be exhibiting some of my work in a physical space for the first time in the year 2020. Silent Explosion opened it’s doors  last week  at the impressive venue Wuxi Bund art Centre. My work showing...

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Taking on the Overwhelm – Ecoliteracy in the Arts

  Purls from the Undercut  GIF   sucrose series Niamh Cunningham 2020                  “What is the pattern that connects?” Exploring the cultural dimensions of sustainability is a vast subject. Recently have I been introduced to the work of systems thinker the late Gregory...

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June – Tree Climber

       “The Memory Palace of Trees’ project  has some wind in its sails with this week’s story. Delighted to have forest expert Anna Finke reveal her quirky side.   The world sometimes seems full of chains holding you down. Obligations, goals, commitments, even dreams – sometimes life...

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