This year the organisers will be celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Sculpture in Context and 20 years exhibiting in the Botanic Gardens.
The Artists: Gunvor Anhoj, Ester Barrett, Annika Berglund, , Boldi, Sarah Bracken, Allan Buckett, Maureen Bushe, Tara Butler-Frey, Catherine Byrne, Pamela Byrne, William Caffrey, Donnacha Cahill, Michael Calnan, Jane Campbell, Merce Canadell, Barra Cassidy, Ellen Cassidy, Jessica Checkley, Evgeny Chubatyy, Jean Cleary, Nigel Connell Bass, Sean Cooke, Brigid Corcoran, Helen Costello, Caroline Creagh, Creative Crew (Erika Tyner, Gaby Browett, Kymberly Dunne-Fleming, Sandra Schoene), Des Cullen, Sara Cunningham-Bell, Michelangelo Dalla Pieta, Remco de Fouw, Niall Deacon, Ray Delaney, Leona Devine, Ann Dillon, Jen Donnery, Anna Donovan, Grainne Doyle, Ken Drew, Nuala Early, Maresa Edwards, Ramona Farrelly, Aideen Ferguson, Paul Flynn, James Gannon, Conleth Gent, Martin Gibbins, Seamus Gill, Patrick Gillis, Katy Goodhue, Gwyn Grace, Catherine E. Greene, Eoin Guidera, Frank Hallinan-Flood, Claire Halpin and Madeleine Hellier, Vivian Hansbury, Elaine Harrington, Niamh Harte, William Harvey, Hatty + Young, Richard Healy, Maree Hensey, Petr Holecek, Lindsey Holland, Dirk Hudson, Zuzana Jezikova, Orla Kaminska, Emmet Kane, Andrea Kavanagh, Michael Keane, Jane L. Kelly, Barbara Kenneally, Penelope Lacey, Ayelet Lalor, Fran Lambkin, Fiona Leech, Chloe Lennon, Agata Lipianin, Grant Mac Ewan, Michelle Maher, Susanne Mahon, Fidelma Massey, Adam May, Fiona Mc Donald, Annita Mc Kee, Dervella Mc Nee, Maggie McCartney, Patrick McCormack, Sandra McCowen, Annita McKee, Helen Merrigan- Colfer, Ed Miliano, Ani Mollereau, Cecilia Moore, Sallyanne Morgan, Annemarie Mullan, Geraldine Carla Murphy, Jane Murtagh, Mary Nagle, Deirdre Ni Argain, Bríd Ní Rinn, Conall O Caoimh, Dubhaltach Ó Colmáin, Maeve O' Donnell, Helen O'Connell, Michelle O'Donnell, Martin O'Keefe, Ina Olohan and Adele Walsh, Niall O'Neill, Kate Oram and Terence Herron , Deirdre O'Reilly, Andrew O'Shea, Ciaran Patterson, Aoife Patterson, Kevin Pierce, Piia Rossi, Kate Quinlan, John Quinn, Sara Roberts, Mette Sofie Roche, Alicia Ruiz Lopez, Áine Ryan, Mark Ryan, Soren Schaarup, Brigitta Seck, Mary Sullivan, Brian Synnott, Niamh Synnott, Elke Thonnes, Dainius Varnelis, George Walsh, Helen Walsh, Adele Walsh, Sunny Wieler
Winner: "Outoor Work Of Distinction"
Helen Walsh Helen was born in the UK and grew up in Skibbereen; she studied Fine Art Sculpture in Limerick College of Art & Design, where she graduated in 1989. Soon after, she was commissioned to make two permanent, public works of Art. In 1994 she was awarded residency to Australia on grounds of distinguished talent. In Australia she worked on sets and props for TV, film and advertising. Helen moved back to West Cork where she now lives and works.
An Linn is the Irish for "the age".
As a matter of interest instead of Ó and Mac, Ní and Níc respectively are used after names of females in surnames and it should be mentioned that Mc is but an abbreviated version of Mac [though some may disagree]
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