Caoimhghin Ó Croidheáin
11 Jul 07 by Caoimhghin Ó Croidheáin
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The Rise and Fall of James Connolly

Beresford Place, Dublin

Delivering Diversity
Delivering Diversity
Delivering Diversity

South William St, Dublin

The Temporary Sanity of the Pedestrian Crossing
The Temporary Sanity of the Pedestrian Crossing
The Temporary Sanity of the Pedestrian Crossing

Aston Quay, Dublin

The Homer of Oyster Stout
The Homer of Oyster Stout
The Homer of Oyster Stout

Parliament St, Dublin / Ola ar chanbhás x cm

Great Famine Memorial
Great Famine Memorial
Great Famine Memorial

Custom House Quay, Dublin. Oil on canvas / Ola ar chanbhás 50cm x 60cm

Golden Gate to the Sun
Golden Gate to the Sun
Golden Gate to the Sun

Temple Bar, Dublin

Waiting in the Sun
Waiting in the Sun
Waiting in the Sun

Abbey Street Upper, Dublin

23 Aug 07 10:27

great sense of light

Crossing the River Liffey
Crossing the River Liffey
Crossing the River Liffey

Halpenny Bridge, Dublin

Parnell's Providence
Parnell's Providence
Parnell's Providence

O'Connell St, Dublin

Larkin's Despair
Larkin's Despair
Larkin's Despair

O'Connell St, Dublin

O'Connell Bridge Traffic
O'Connell Bridge Traffic
O'Connell Bridge Traffic

O'Connell Bridge, Dublin

Backpackers' Odyssey
Backpackers' Odyssey
Backpackers' Odyssey

O'Connell St, Dublin

09 Nov 07 06:14

What's this? Heroic figures walking into the setting sun... sun?
Well, they say Dublin's changed - but to that extent?
Twenty years ago I remember rain, poverty, every second person you met was a bum painter, poet or musician, preparing to emigrate (I wonder what's become of them?).
I imagine it's just too expensive for the artists to live there now, and that these figures you depict are pharmaceutical industry types, electriclal engineers, and accountants?

10 Nov 07 17:59

Well, unfortunately, you have probably missed the best bit as it seems that we are slowly moving back to the tough times of the 80's!

Making a break for it
Making a break for it
Making a break for it

South Great Georges Street , Dublin

The Eternal Sunshine of the Luas Terminal
The Eternal Sunshine of the Luas Terminal
The Eternal Sunshine of the Luas Terminal

Saint Stephen's Green West, Dublin.

The Era of the Mobile Phone
The Era of the Mobile Phone
The Era of the Mobile Phone

South William Street, Dublin.

Liffey Swim 2007,
Liffey Swim 2007,
Liffey Swim 2007,

Bachelors Walk Boardwalk, Dublin.

Where was I going?,
Where was I going?,
Where was I going?,

O'Connell Street, Dublin

In the Shadow of the Spire
In the Shadow of the Spire
In the Shadow of the Spire

O'Connell Street, Dublin

Still Hoping for a Parallel Park
Still Hoping for a Parallel Park
Still Hoping for a Parallel Park

Ormond Quay Upper, Dublin Oil on canvas / Ola ar chanbhás 60cm x 80cm

Banana Route
Banana Route
Banana Route

South Great Georges Street, Dublin.

Sunny Side of the Street
Sunny Side of the Street
Sunny Side of the Street

Parliament St, Dublin

The Quays to the Kingdom
The Quays to the Kingdom
The Quays to the Kingdom

Bachelors Walk, Dublin

Seeking Modest Pleasures
Seeking Modest Pleasures
Seeking Modest Pleasures

Temple Bar Food Market, Meeting House Square, Dublin

Signs Of Our Times
Signs Of Our Times
Signs Of Our Times

Westmoreland St, Dublin

Pink Shop
Pink Shop
Pink Shop

Dame St, Dublin

Joyce Moanologue
Joyce Moanologue
Joyce Moanologue

North Earl St, Dublin

Observing the Customary Rites
Observing the Customary Rites
Observing the Customary Rites

East Essex St, Dublin

Getting the Car is Half the Battle
Getting the Car is Half the Battle
Getting the Car is Half the Battle

South William St, Dublin

Town House Superterranean
Town House Superterranean
Town House Superterranean

Castle Market, Dublin

Struggle of the Muses
Struggle of the Muses
Struggle of the Muses

Dame St, Dublin

Conversations of the Gods
Conversations of the Gods
Conversations of the Gods

South William St, Dublin

Wishful Drinking
Wishful Drinking
Wishful Drinking

Temple Bar, Dublin

Prodigal Sun
Prodigal Sun
Prodigal Sun

Talbot St, Dublin

Lost Shade of Green
Lost Shade of Green
Lost Shade of Green

Sth William St, Dublin

Aftermath, Pakistan
Aftermath, Pakistan
Aftermath, Pakistan

AFTERMATH OF SUICIDE BOMBER, Morgue in Rawalpindi, Pakistan

KIBERA, NAIROBI
KIBERA, NAIROBI
KIBERA, NAIROBI

KIBERA, NAIROBI, Kenya

FAVELA, RIO DE JANEIRO
FAVELA, RIO DE JANEIRO
FAVELA, RIO DE JANEIRO

FAVELA, RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil

DHARAVI SLUM, MUMBAI
DHARAVI SLUM, MUMBAI
DHARAVI SLUM, MUMBAI

DHARAVI SLUM, MUMBAI India

SOLDERING CIRCUIT BOARDS
SOLDERING CIRCUIT BOARDS
SOLDERING CIRCUIT BOARDS

SOLDERING CIRCUIT BOARDS Toy factory Shantou, Guangdong, China

PHONE RECYCLING
PHONE RECYCLING
PHONE RECYCLING

PHONE RECYCLING Mumbai, India

RUBBISH DUMP RECYCLING
RUBBISH DUMP RECYCLING
RUBBISH DUMP RECYCLING

RUBBISH DUMP RECYCLING Phnom Penh, Cambodia

SHIP DISMANTLING
SHIP DISMANTLING
SHIP DISMANTLING

SHIP DISMANTLING, Alang Shipyard, India

Interrogation
Interrogation
Interrogation

South America

AERIAL BOMBARDMENT
AERIAL BOMBARDMENT
AERIAL BOMBARDMENT

AERIAL BOMBARDMENT Oil on canvas 150cm x 150cm / 59.1 in x 59.1 in

DIAMOND PANNING
DIAMOND PANNING
DIAMOND PANNING

Sierra Leone Oil on canvas 150cm x 150cm / 59.1 in x 59.1 in On 1 December 2000, the United Nations General Assembly adopted, unanimously, a resolution on the role of diamonds in fuelling conflict, breaking the link between the illicit transaction of rough diamonds and armed conflict, as a contribution to prevention and settlement of conflicts (A/RES/55/56). In taking up this agenda item, the General Assembly recognized that conflict diamonds are a crucial factor in prolonging brutal wars in parts of Africa, and underscored that legitimate diamonds contribute to prosperity and development elsewhere on the continent. http://www.un.org/peace/africa/Diamond.html