Colm Mac Athaloich
Colm Mac Athaloich is an Irish born artist based in Dublin, working primarily in illustration, painting and print. He works across many themes and influences such as landscape and architecture, people, music and colour – often letting the process determine the outcome and allowing subconscious patterns to emerge within exciting abstractions of reality.
Colm has been an exhibiting painter illustrator and printmaker since 2003, becoming a member of the Graphic Studio Printmakers in 2005. He has exhibited in Ireland and abroad, with works traveling as part of the OPW Collection.
In 2006 he co-founded Monster Truck Gallery and studios. He has worked as a profile and editorial illustrator for the Sunday Tribune and has contributed to many publications both in Ireland and abroad.
More of Colm Mac Athaloich artwork can be seen on his website macathlaoich.tictail.com .
Ross Hathaway is the artist behind Metal Mayhem, crafting astonishing works of art from mild steel and copper. Ross wrangles sheets of cold, flat metal into lively, sometime whimsical shapes that seem as natural as the plants and clouds, bubbles and stones and laughing mountain streams that they suggest .
Indeed, their startling luminosity makes each piece seem almost alive, vividly glimmering and dancing in the changing light.
This particular piece was helped designed by Our Head Chef & Owner Joy Beattie and created by Ross.
View more of Ross’s work of art on his website: metalmayhem.biz.
Eléonore Nicolas (b.France.1980) is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, photography, video and illustration. Both in her interactive shows and her visual work, Eléonore invites the viewer into surprising, yet funny situations. Humor and wit are her favorite ingredients to draw attention to little details of the everyday life which can often be overlooked in the hustle & bustle of life.
The paintings exhibited at the Hot Stove Restaurant were inspired by ‘A Spoonful of Silence’, her first play which is about a place where people eat letters of the alphabet in order to speak. ‘Challenging the social stigma of the awkward silence and reminding us that language is a gift, the experience was absolutely delicious.’ ***** ThreeWeeks, Brighton.
If you are hungry for more of Eléonore Nicolas’s work, go to www.eleonorenicolas.com
Bon Appétit !!