Seeing Red Launch at
Origin Gallery, Dublin.
RTE presenter and journalist Richard Curran took the helm at the
launch. He was introduced by Gallerist and Seeing Red Cill Rialaig Retreat founder Dr. Noelle Campbell-Sharpe. Later in this video Rod Coyne tells about his thought process while making the new work. During 2017 and moving in to 2018 Rod has replaced all the greens of the landscape with a vivid palette of reds. The results are equally exciting and other worldly.
Seeing Red Launch in photos.
Of course red balloons were the order of the day for the street advertisement.
Rod amuses his muse Anja Coyne at the Seeing Red launch with “Skellig Blush” 70x100cm oil on canvas in the background.
Paintings drawn from Co. Kerry and the Dublin Docks: “Blushing Coast” 30x30cm x3 panels and “Red Hull” 40x50cm both oil on canvas.
Rod explains the intricacies of Seeing Red in detail. Exhibition launch at the Origin Gallery, Dublin.
The artist’s experimentation with framing as well as his painting palette paid off and the black mounts drew universal acclaim. These two canvases are “Crimson Lady’s Ruff” 20x60cm and “Tierra del Fuego” 30x40cm.
Rod Coyne and Proinsias O’Rathaille enjoying a laugh the exhibition launch at the Origin Gallery, Dublin. See a cool video of how Rod created “Red Rock”.
Rod Coyne’s new palette caused a stir among his regular collectors during the exhibition launch at the Origin Gallery, Dublin.
“Below the Hook” was the first to sell on the opening night. The painting is oil on canvas and 20x25cm.
Rod explains his method for Seeing Red to a guest at his exhibition launch at the Origin Gallery, Dublin.
Two canvases in slick white frames “Hooked on Red” 40x50cm and “Hog’s Head Blaze” 30x40cm both are oil on canvas.
Gallerist and curator Dr. Noelle Campbell-Sharpe with an interested collector.
Rod Coyne enjoying a laugh the exhibition launch at the Origin Gallery, Dublin.