Eilis Crean

News/Exhibitions - Current and Upcoming




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Fields of Recognition - Vault Gallery, Newnan
March 12 - April 12, 2024
www.westga.edu/academics/art-culture-sc…

I, We, and the Space Between - Georgia Perimeter College at Clarkston
Jan 8 - Feb 29, 2024
calendar.gsu.edu/event/gallery_show_win…

Ensemble - Spalding Nix Gallery
Nov 18, 2023 - Jan 19, 2024
spaldingnixfineart.com/

Pandemic Explorations (working title)
David J. Spencer Museum CDC;
Centers For Disease Control and Prevention
Jan-Sept 2024 (Invitational)
www.cdc.gov/museum/index.htm

Dream Abstractions
Solo exhibition in conjunction with Perspectives & Perceptions
Spalding Nix Fine Art, Atlanta;
March 17-May 5, 2023

Art Fields
April 19 - 29, 2023
www.artfieldssc.org/prizes-and-rules/ac…

Ensemble - Spalding Nix Gallery
Nov 18, 2022 - Jan 13, 2023
spaldingnixfineart.com/show/spalding-ni…

About
Eilis Crean is a contemporary Irish artist based in the metropolitan Atlanta area, GA. Through various drawing and painting practices her work connects with ideas of loss and celebration. Through diverse subject matter – forgotten landscapes, essential workers, remembered gatherings, her work references the nature of time - cyclical and paused, geological and momentary, lost and seized, contemplative and purchased.

She exhibits nationally and internationally including the "Gathered" at Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia (MOCAGA); "Out of Place" Spalding Nix Fine Art, Atlanta; "Semblance" Mint Gallery, Atlanta; "All Terain" Spartanburg Art Museum, SC; "Laborious Conditions" Herron School of Art, IN; "Drawing Discourse" University of North Carolina; Red Line Contemporary Art Center, Denvr; the Hambidge Center, GA., RHA Annual, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Ireland; The Visual, Carlow, Ireland; Irish Consulate, Atlanta. Her work is held in public and private collections including the Irish State Collection, Latvian State Collection, French State Collection, LaGrange Museum, GA., King&Spalding Atlanta;

She is Professor Emerita of Art, University of West Georgia.