A Mindful Study in Throne Wood.
Images from this evening of a wild wood. Picturing the trees, including the wonderful colour of leaves.
Historically-focused, bus tour of Belfast, UK.
Walk towards Sailortown.
A Photographic Study, at Stormont Estate.
Cliftonville Football Club, Grounds.
‘Study no.24’ was a photographic journey around a local Park – today.
Queen’s University Belfast.
One of the brightest and finest cultural days in Belfast. #belfastmela 2019.
A ‘natural’ disposition.
A ‘natural’ disposition.
Belfast Pride 2019.
This is Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, situated in Armagh in Northern Ireland, this is one of the most impressive building’s in Ireland.
Titanic Quarter – Belfast.
Scenes from Helen’s Bay.
Seems to me that the dream of unity in #Ireland has disappeared with #Brexit. And as a broad-nationalist in the North i/we have had and continue to be unrepresented. I wonder what politics can spring for my people again? Not represented by the #DUP or #Sinnfein etc….
Belfast Castle gardens.
Around Belfast 30th March 2019.
Around the Shankill Road area of Belfast on Saint Patrick’s Day 2019.
Documenting the settings of the Northern Ireland Troubles, which began 50 years ago this year (14th August 1969).
300 soldiers of the Prince of Wales Regiment appeared on the
streets of Derry at 5.00pm on 14 August 1969.
Documenting the Civilian settings of the Northern Ireland Troubles, which began 50 years ago this year (14th August 1969). Gallery 2. Armagh 2019. On the 14th of August 1969, the British Army were first deployed on the streets of Northern Ireland. John Gallagher was the first official victim of the Troubles, shot and killed by […]
towards a limitless future’. (visuals – part 1. Titanic Quarter, Belfast, 2019) Documenting the civilian settings of the Northern Ireland Troubles, which began 50 years ago this year (14th August 1969).
‘towards a limitless future’.
Omagh Bomb Memorial Garden, Omagh, Northern Ireland, 2019. Omagh Bomb, Memorial Garden. Featuring Music by: Einaudi.
Ulster Folk Museum photo-story.
These documentary photographs were taken within Clonard Monastery, to record the exhibition by WAVE trauma centre, today, as part of the ‘4 Corners Festival (Bringing people together)’: ‘Scandalous Forgiveness’ and Towards a Forgiving City (Reflecting with grace and thanksgiving).
With the aid of a new light room studio, I made these few photographic product lines today. ‘The Essential Spike Milligan’, ‘Bonjela’ and ‘Remington’.
Music by Einaudi and Photos by Doherty. A Winter’s Walk.
Is it perhaps when we are, as humans, most vulnerable and under strain, that we can use a narrative or story we have encountered our past, through language?
Mozart piano recital in Salzburg 15th Jan 2019.
Selective Belfast Study.
These are the finest photographs I have taken on my Mobile phone camera, during a recent trip to Salzburg, Austria and while on the official Sound of Music tour.
Taken on the 14th of January 2019, this is the small church in Oberndorf, Austria, where ‘Silent night’ song was first performed on Christmas eve 1818.
Michelangelo’s ‘David’ – Sketch.
#cnbx @culturenightbel 21st September 2018.
Yesterday evening, I had the pleasure of exhibiting ‘Vernazza’ Italy in @establishedcoffee , as part of culture night. Along side great photographs from @belfastphotofactory .
SHOWING IN CULTURE NIGHT BELFAST 18, THIS FRIDAY! As part of The Belfast Photo Factory; my work will be exhibited during #CNBX| Established Coffee – 54 Hill Street #Belfast! Come along + enjoy! Follow the links: ‘Vernazza‘ New Work: Sat 16th November 2019 https://www.culturenightbelfast.com/whats-on/bpf-projector/
Belfast, UK. ‘We are busy making things better’ (Photo-Essay): Photographs of the city centre, surrounding the destruction of Bank Buildings (Primark).
What is different? – in photography, this statement and question has come recently to mean quite a great deal to me.
18 Shots from: Berlin, Germany 2018.
Fragments – documents how an expression of love, unrequited, led to self-exile, isolation, breakdown and eventual homecoming.
For further information see: Mindwisenv.org & esc-film.com
These pieces ‘After Matisse’, produced after gaining inspiration from his colourful cut outs. Here, my photographic Cut-Out is shown beside the original (digital) photograph. Arranged in two principle ways, I plan to use this method of Art production in the future. As the dominant feature of the tree in the photograph […]
Two images, making a stereo copy, with variations…
“…Also, for the record, I have included a provisional title for each of the images. This is a significant departure for me personally and artistically; as I have rarely used formal titles in my work.”
This is a new composition, on guitar, by Kevin Doherty Art. (following: ‘Lankum’)
Oil paint on image.
Queen Marys Gardens, Belfast.
Limited edition; Photographs for sale.
Silent Testimony by Colin Davidson, at The Ulster Museum Belfast, UK.
Taken this evening, as we in Belfast relish a few good-weather-day’s; red sky at night….
A photo trip.
Guitar + Photo.
I feel a sense of anticipation; a sense of excitement at the prospect of the approaching Spring and Summer this year!
Above are two very recent but entirely differing Painting’s I have made using canvas and Oil Paint.
Church Renovation, during Lent 2018.
This evening, I had the rush of idea’s normally associated with creativity.
Palazzo Vecchio & Uffizi Gallery, Florence Italy.
Photograph & Drawing: Brunelleschi’s Dome, Florence Italy.
APPROACHING A PHOTOGRAPHIC DIALOGUE;
AN INVESTIGATION IN TO THE NARRATIVE STRUCTURE OF THE
GREEK TRAGEDY OEDIPUS THE KING AND THE PHOTOGRAPHY OF NAN GOLDIN.
What is the role of intuition in Art/Photographic practice for me?
If we were given the powers to organise ourselves in society (which I think that we are), what is the ultimate way to organise our selves?
#Photography #Art #Philosophy
Integrity is a crucial thing, that should never be messed with in/by an individual Artist.
On Narrative in Art. This is a hard one to grapple with as narrative can and should be open and changeable for each piece of Art.
Big Quote, from Wittgenstein’s first book.
A select number of Photographs from Ireland.
Beat Carnival at Belfast City Hall.