- Edition of 30
- Printed by Graphic Studio Dublin
- One of a suite of nine prints
- Discount available if purchasing full set
Carborundum, photopolymer, Edition of 30, 65 x 50 cm
The works are marked by a riot of colour and play with motifs of corporeal and symbolic metamorphosis. These are the first works by the artist seen since her highly successful solo exhibition, Becoming, in IMMA in 2012.
Born in 1956, Alice Maher studied at the University of Limerick and the Crawford College of Art, Cork. She was awarded a Masters degree in Fine Art from the University of Ulster and shortly after a Fulbright Scholarship to San Francisco Art Institute. Her work involves many different media including painting, drawing, sculpture, print, photography and installation. She has exhibited widely in Ireland, England and the United States, and represented Ireland in the 22nd São Paolo Bienal. In 2008, the David Nolan Gallery in New York hosted a solo exhibition of new drawings and sculptures titled Hypnerotomachia. In 2007, a large survey show of her work, Natural Artifice, was held at the Brighton and Hove Museums. Also in that year she completed a major drawing installation, The Night Garden, for the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin.