Delighted that Plantationocene and Beckett's Chair (see below) have been acquired by the Office of Public Works for the State Art Collection.
CIACLA (Contemporary Irish Arts Center, Los Angeles) online programme 2020
I place Samuel Beckett’s chair against a backdrop of mid-eighteenth century French wallpaper. He spent many fruitful and creative years in Paris and enjoyed success there in the publication of his work.
Artlink Fort Dunree, August 2020
Members' Virtual Exhibition
Tete a Tete is my response to Ivan V Lalic's poem, Places We Love. Launching online, 7pm, Bank Holiday Monday, 3 August 2020.
Signal Open August 2020, Bray, Co. Wicklow
Pleased to have this portrait of Aunt Kitty included in the above group show.
Hambly & Hambly, Dunbar House, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Imagine Together "Arts Unlocked"
Group show August 2020.
Delighted to have Capitalocene #1 in this show.
On the closure of Fierce Pride: A Response to Death of an Irishwoman in Excel Tipperary due to Covid-19, Dr Maebh O’Regan produced the short video Judy Carroll Deeley responds to Death of an Irishwoman. This exhibition was an homage to Bridget Halpin, grandmother of the poet Michael Hartnett, and subject of the poem.
Plantationocene #15 will appear in ArtNet dlr’s online Earth Exhibition. ArtNet hopes to curate a physical exhibition from their online Four Elements shows once the current situation concerning Covid-19 allows.
Carroll Deeley’s Carlisle Pier paintings have featured in #2019Hinterland and Cairde Visual Sligo 2019.