The copper dome of the Mary Immaculate of Sinners church in Rathmines, Dublin.
Waiting in the sun in Dublin. Another image from Open House weekend, this taken on the street between venues.
This past weekend was the annual Open House Dublin, where many buildings of historical and architectural interest are opened up for public viewing and guided tours. One of my favourite attractions for this Open House weekend is the muse at No. 31 Leeson Close, which renowned Irish Architect Sam Stephenson designed as his first home in 1958. It is now a guest house run by the very friendly new owners. Continue reading
I only took detail photos unfortunately, as there were so many people around.
I had the opportunity to photograph the recent works of the very talented Print Block members. These are original repeat designs, screen-printed by hand on fabric at their studio in Dublin. Click on the image below to see more…
“Print Block is the only membership-based studio and workshop for printed textile design in Ireland. Established in 2011, they aim to raise the profile of printed textile design in Ireland, develop the industry and increase the reputation for Irish designed printed textiles.”
Check out Print Block’s website and like them on Facebook to see what they are up to, and when they are running one of their fun workshops! Continue reading