Gerard Keaveney,  Longford and Leitrim

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Child's play
Child's play, Acrylic on Canvas, 107 x 150 cms
Five Year Plan, Aerosol, Oil
Five Year Plan, Aerosol, Oil, Collage and Ink on Board, 161 x 153 cms
A Willingness to Surrender, Acrylic
A Willingness to Surrender, Acrylic, Aerosol and Collage on Board, 360 x 360 cms
Attachment, Acrylic
Attachment, Acrylic, Aerosol and Collage on Board, 101 x 92 cms
Outside looking in, Acrylic
Outside looking in, Acrylic, Aerosol and collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
Two alphas, Acrylic
Two alphas, Acrylic, Aerosol and Collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
R
R, Acrylic and Collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
50 50
50 50, Acrylic on Board, 180 x 120 cms
Tabula rasa, Acrylic
Tabula rasa, Acrylic, Aerosol and Collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
For the love of two
For the love of two, Acrylic and Collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
Topsy turvy
Topsy turvy, Acrylic and Collage on Board, 180 x 120 cms
A willingess to surrender (detail), Acrylic
A willingess to surrender (detail), Acrylic, Aerosol and Collage on Board, 360 x 360 cms

Gerard Keaveney Art (Download The Catalogue)

I am a 27 year old artist originally from Longford. I moved to Sligo to study Fine Art and I now live in Carrick on Shannon, Co.Leitrim with my partner and our son.

My art journey started as a young child and I have had a constant interest in the visual arts since. I always questioned the everyday life but there was nothing too exciting worth talking about. My partner and I had our first child almost 2 years ago and our journey through parenthood began. I have since being expressing this journey through my art. Expressing maturity and immaturity, sadness and happiness, past and present all with the intentions of having all this work in flux. I aim to capture all the energy and emotions that come with everyday family life.

The urban aesthetics of the city play an integral role in the aesthetics of my work. I am very passionate about street art and the urban environment and how works on city walls willingly surrender to the inevitable process of decay and destruction that awaits them and the ever changing interactions they encounter. Both family life and my passion for the urban environment have assisted me in finding a style that I will continue to practice and develop.

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