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Séamus Gill, Silversmithing and Jewellery

Studio 21, The Design Tower,Pearse Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: (01) 677 5701    email: seamus@seamusgill.com



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SEAMUS GILL EXHIBITIONS


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2008    “Flowing Curves, The Jewellery Launch” Designyard Gallery, Dublin

2006    “25 years On!” Designyard Gallery, Dublin

2000    “Silversmithing, an ancient craft for the new millennium” Whichcraft Gallery, Dublin


TWO MAN EXHIBITION

2011    “Jewellery and Bronze Sculptural work” Design Yard, Dublin (with sculptor Liam Butler)


RECENT GALLERY GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2012


National Craft Fair, RDS Dublin


“Art Source” with Designyard, RDS, Dublin


Living with Design”, Design Week, Malthouse, Dublin


“Sculpture in context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin


RDS National Craft Competition  winner Crafts Council of Ireland Purchase Prize


Inhorgenta, Germany



2011    

National Craft Fair, RDS Dublin

“Portfolio” RHA, Dublin

“The Art Fair” RDS Dublin

“Showcase” Gorey Market House, Co. Wexford

“Sculpture in context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin

“Adornment”

European house, Dublin

The Dock house, Leitrim

Designworks Studio, Cork

“21st Century Irish Craft” National Museum of Ireland

“Portfolio”, Farmleigh, Dublin

British Silver Week

Launch, Pangolin Gallery London

“Ten Masters of British Silver” Pangolin Gallery London

Payne & Sons, Tumbridge Wells, Kent

Interior and Design Fair, RDS, Dublin

“Portfolio” National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny    


2010    

“Friends of Christmas Art Fair” IMMA

“Portfolio” Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin

“Sculpture in Context” Botanic Gardens

British Silver Week,

Pangolin Gallery, London

Hamilton and Inches, London and Edinburgh

Payne and Sons, Oxford

“Portfolio” National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny

The British Antique Dealers Association Fair, London, with Payne and Son


2009    

“Design Collection- winter”, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow

“Wunderkammer” Design Week Dublin

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin

RDS National Craft Competition winner of 1st prize Ironwork and Metalwork

“Sculpture at the Hallward”, Hallward Gallery, Dublin

British Silver Week,

Goldsmiths Hall, London

Hamilton and Inches, London and Edinburgh

Payne and Sons, Oxford


2008     

“Celebrate with Art” Gallery 13. West Hollywood, L.A.  CA USA

“Design Collection- winter”, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, Glasgow

“Treasures of Today” National Museum of Ireland, Dublin

SOFA, with the Crafts Council of Ireland, Chicago

“Images of Longing”, National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny Arts Week

British Silver Week,

Goldsmiths Hall, London

Justin Richardson, Canterbury

Trevor Towner, Hampshire


2007    

“15th Silvertriennial”, travelling Europe in 2007/8

to 10 venues in Germany, Moscow, Denmark, and the Netherlands

“Embrace” Dublin Design week and Birmingham College of Art

RDS National Craft Exhibition

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin


2006    

SOFA, with Gallerie Tactus, New York

RDS National Craft competition

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin  

SOFA, with Crafts Council of Ireland, Chicago


2005     

“Loot” Bluecoat Gallery Liverpool & The Atrium Gallery, Dublin

“Art Ireland” RDS with DesignYard, Dublin

“Review”, National Craft Gallery, Kilkenny

SOFA, with Gallerie Tactus New York

“Common Ground”, Grennan Mill Craft School, Kilkenny Arts Week

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens, Dublin

SOFA, with Gallerie Tactus, Chicago

“Collectors Event”, Hunt Museum, Limerick


2004     

“Loot” Museum of Art and Design, New York

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens and Farmleigh, Dublin

“Looking over my Shoulder” Lesley Craze Gallery 20th Anniversary Exhibition, London

Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show Winner Rolex prize for Excellence in Metals


2003        

“The Cream of Irish” The Roger Billcliff Gallery, Glasgow

“Sculpture in Context”, Botanic Gardens Dublin.


2002    

“The Discerning Eye”, The Leith Gallery, Edinburgh

RDS National Craft Exhibition

International Jewellery, London

“A road less travelled” The Leith Gallery, Edinburgh