Limerick School of Art and Design Cyanotype Response

22 Blue

The 22 Cyanotypes were created by students from the Painting Department at the Limerick School of Art and Design, Technological University of the Shannon. 

Each student selected an artist to interpret from the EIB Belonging Exhibition at the Hunt Museum including Andy Warhol, Marlene Dumas, Paula Rego among others.

The diverse eclectic mix of cyanotypes aim to uncover and nurture a connection and a sense of belonging to European Contemporary Art and Artists.The alternative viewpoints and relationships offered through the cyanotypes engage with ideas of abstraction, humour, drawing, opticality and intuitive thinking.

Viewed as a collective whole or individually they add a vitality and sense of 

curiosity to how an emerging younger generation of artists can pivot a response to European Art and add to the flow of thinking around Contemporary Art of the 21st century.

Alan Keane,

Programme Leader, Fine Art Painting LSAD.

Sinead Gaughran SketchBook when exploring her artist Panayiotis Doukanaris

Pages 1 to 9 are her research pages specifically for the Belonging project. The pages following are pages from her own work which shows her shared interest in texture and weaving like Panayiotis Doukanaris