Cee Morrissey

Month: July, 2013

RDS Student Art Awards


The RDS Student Awards Exhibition will open its doors to the public on August 2nd as part of the Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show from 10.00am to 5.00pm (RDS Concert Hall, Admission: free). I’m happy to say that some images from my work ‘Watching the Weather Change‘ have been selected and will be shown as part of this exhibition.



PhotoIreland 2013 | Siteation | July 18-24

Volunteer in Siteation

Volunteer in Siteation

from David Nugent's work "Once More With Feeling"

from David Nugent’s work “Once More With Feeling”

Karen Tierney's "Bloom"

Karen Tierney’s “Bloom”

Karen Tierney's "Bloom"

Karen Tierney’s “Bloom”

Opening Night

Off to Siteation



We love it - our expo zine!

We love it – our expo zine!

Turning Silver Out of Dark Grasses – PhotoIreland 2013

You and your guest are warmly invited to the opening of:

PhotoIreland Festival 2013 - New Irish Works

PhotoIreland Festival 2013 – New Irish Works

Austin Clarke wrote of the detrimental effect of the Irish Civil War on national pride and identity in The Lost Heifer. The symbolic young animal, with its capacity to bring light where it walked, is a subdued envisioning of a nationalist ideal that flared briefly with hope.

This exhibition brings together three diverse photographic practices which reconsider national identity against the flux of current times.

Turning Silver Out of Dark Grasses offers viewpoints beyond the headlines of popular media and includes a subjective commentary on the perception of Irish identity abroad, an imaginative re-working of an Irish literary classic and a thoughtful meditation on the daily unsung heroism around us.

The exhibition features new work by David Nugent, Karen Tierney and Cindy Morrissey  as part of the Canon Open Program during PhotoIreland Festival 2013.

Opening: Thursday, July 18th | 1830H
SITEATION | 12 Little Britain St | Dublin 7
Dates: July 18-24
Daily: 10-17H

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Thanks Noel Noblett


“Morrisseys work looks at the Irish Coast guard and is a visual guide of their everyday. The work uses the large somewhat barren landscapes to its advantage when depicting the scenes. It is these landscapes that successfully illustrate the hardships of the work undertaken by these volunteers.”