'Souls of the Slain/ Anamnacha imithe abhaile go Dia' guest publication – Eve Parnell
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Souls of the Slain/ Anamnacha imithe abhaile go Dia is a catalogue publication featuring a series of eight drawings, made to accompany an exhibition in Stormont's Long Gallery, with texts written by Anne Stewart (Senior Curator, Ulster Museum); Eamon Martin (Archbishop of Armagh); and The Very Reverend John Mann (Dean of Saint Anne's Cathedral, Belfast). The xxhibition was opened by Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.
Eve Parnell MA raises issues which our Society often struggles to address. Her unique artwork raises questions and sometimes provides an answer. Selected for the Royal Academy Summer Show 2018, and with solo exhibitions in Germany, Finland, Ireland and Italy, she has achieved a wide audience
Anne Stewart, Senior Curator of Fine Art, National Museums Northern Ireland says of Eve Parnell: "She has established an international career as a resourceful and highly accomplished draughtswoman. The impressive quality of her work is due in part to her decision to work in pencil on tissue paper, possibly the most sensitive and demanding of all surfaces. Parnell's technique requires enormous skill and confidence, as each mark is irreversible, yet despite these difficulties her drawings possess a fluidity that suggests the lightness and immateriality of thought. The fragility of Parnell's materials, and the graceful assurance of her drawing style combine to create work of remarkable subtlety."