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Re:Birth of Art Deco by Brenda Fitzgerald

Sponsored by Ei Electronics

Brenda Fitzgerald is a Graphic/Textile Designer based in Dublin. With a passion for creating bold artwork, her work is broad in scope and includes print, web and textiles. She has been a professional designer since 1995. Over the years she has worked for big clients such as CB Richard Ellis, London’s Central School of Speech & Drama, NCAD and the Dublin Theatre Festival. In 2003 she successfully set up, and continues to run, her own design studio Designers Need Love Too.



Eggtricity by Duda

Sponsored by Airtricity

Born in London in 1980, Dublin-based artist David Uda (Duda) is one of Ireland’s artists on the rise. While Duda’s pieces vary from each body of work, from one-off stencils to glass work, he predominantly uses the medium of painting. In 2000, Duda was awarded Young Fashion Designer of the Year and in 2001 he went on to graduate from Grafton Academy with a degree in fashion and dress design. For the past two years, as well as three solo shows, Duda was selected as one of the Artists to exhibit in The Art Source Exhibition in the RDS, one of Ireland’s most celebrated art fairs.



Tread Softly by Eoin Art by Eoin

Sponsored by Capita

Eoin – ArtByEoin – “The main objective of my artwork is to create something an individual can connect with, on a personal level”.



Treeborn by Jordi Fornies

Sponsored by KPMG

Jordi Forniés (born in Huesca, 1971) is a Catalan artist based in Dublin (Ireland). A doctor in chemistry by training, Jordi knows a thing or two about pigments and paint. His experience in this area combined with a very strong interest in the mineral world has lead Jordi to reinvent or re-interpret the complex yet beautiful landscapes within and without, mixing traditional and cutting edge design techniques. Sculpting external material into the canvas before blending colours as time would in rock formations, the artist invites us on a journey through the inner self, exploring the geology of the mind, the meandering of distant memories, the erosion of emotions, the passing of love.



For the Love of Chocolate by Gillian Reidy – Lily O’Briens

Having graduated in 1991 with first class honours in visual communication design, Gillian freelanced in Ireland and abroad as an illustrator and designer before setting up Penhouse Design in Dublin in 1996. She moved the business to Laois in 1999 and custom built the current design studios in a rural setting near her home. Her work has been recognised and awarded in Ireland and abroad. Today Penhouse is one of Ireland’s top graphic design studios with a team of 4 creatives, delivering award winning design and working with a variety of tourism, youth and food companies. Most recently they rebranded and repackaged the new look for Lily O’Brien’s, who commissioned her to design this egg for the hunt. The egg is inspired by the Lily brand story.



Luc & Alex by Nick Munier

Sponsored by Pavillion Swords

Nick Munier is well known for his participation on Marco Pierre’s White Hell’s Kitchen. He was also his former general manager for 12 years in such restaurants as the 3 star Hyde Park, The Belvedere. He has been in the industry for 27 years. Recently Nick opened his own restaurant in Dublin called ‘Pichet’ which has proved extremely popular. The launch of his autobiography ‘Boiling Point’ in 2010 was an even bigger success and Nick has been a judge on 2 series of Ireland’s Masterchef.



Ecars Eggsperience by Sharon McDaid

Sponsored by ESB ecars

Donegal artist is now regarded as one of the emerging talents in Irish contemporary painting, specialising in oils her painting are inspired her native Inishowen. These distinctive works capture the immediacy and diversity of the ever-hanging light of the Irish landscape. For the past sixteen years, Sharon has been working from her studio/ gallery in Carndonagh and exhibits in galleries throughout Ireland and the UK. Sharon also set up Silver Birch Gallery in Donegal in 2000 and continues to exhibit collections of new works annually.



The Golden Age by Vanessa Scott-Hayward

Sponsored by Zurich

Vanessa Scott-Hayward studied Architecture at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow receiving a Bachelor of Architectural Studies. She then completed an apprenticeship in the family business designing and making bespoke furniture. The experience and skills acquired during this time encouraged Vanessa to establish six-0-six design and begin to concentrate on her own portfolio of work.