‘A Way to Equilibrium’

I have a solo exhibition currently in Signal Arts, Bray Co. Wicklow which runs August 16th to the 29th. The exhibition is in the gallery and can also be viewed here where online sales are also available.

Artist Interview

This exhibition is mentored by the well known irish artist, Eamon Coleman and the show will showcase all my current series of work which began back in mid 2019 pre-lockdown and carries through my personal journey throughout lockdown and to where it is now. The exhibition includes lots of paintings from the very small to large scale.

A Way to Equilibrium

Published by Derval Freeman

Graduate of Limerick School of Art and Design 1996 Fine art painter and photographer

2 thoughts on “‘A Way to Equilibrium’

  1. I’m so impressed with the intricate process and your expression of it in the video! To me you sound like you speak of a philosophy here and I really was intrigued! I love the fact that you have so much invested into your work and how it apparently gives you great joy and a driven purpose! A true Artist which I once was thinking I too was going to find my place artistically in film-making and acting, but, I turned away from all of it and left LA suddenly to be more conventional and practical!

    No regrets, because life is what you make of it or how you accept the here and now and move from there toward the destiny that waits and lies ahead! But to be a determined artist and accomplish as much as you have, gives me a sense of awe and perhaps in another life I would be as bold and talented as you; that would be very fulfilling and good!

    I believe in God, so my purpose for existing and true fulfillment will come eventually regardless, but I like seeing someone like you who gains so much Equilibrium in this regard early on in your own journey; I’m happy for you! You’re a very special person!

    Many blessings; and may your inspiration grow continually!
    Lawrence Morra III

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