David McKee celebrates 25 years of Elmer with Andersen Press
14 May - 7 June 2014
Elmer the patchwork elephant is one of the most iconic of all characters in picture books today. Created by the ever-versatile David McKee Elmer is known and loved the world over, with books and merchandising found in every corner of the globe. It is with great pleasure that we present, with David McKee, a celebration of 25 years of Elmer, with his publishers Andersen Press.
Celebrating Niamh Sharkey Laureate na nÓg and Illustrators Ireland
16 April - 10 May 2014
Niamh Sharkey is one of the leading names for illustration in Ireland and beyond, and has been a driving force for contemporary illustration art in Dublin since her first book in 1995. Following a host of accolades and awards Niamh was elected as the first Irish Children's Laureate, Laureate Na NÓg in 2012 and has worked tirelessly over the past two years to promote books, reading and illustration. Our own association with Niamh stretches back over a decade, and we celebrate her years as the Laureate with this retrospective exhibition as her time in this role reaches is conclusion. A broad range of her work will be on show reflecting her enduring talent and skill seen in a variety of books and animation produced over recent years.Read more
Drawn to Drawing The Art of John Vernon Lord
2 - 12 April 2014
Drawn to Drawing - The Art of John Vernon Lord
Celebrating the book launch of John's new publication about the art of drawing, with Nobrow publishing this showcase exhibition highlights to imaginative and sometimes crazy world of this truly iconic artist and illustrator ...
Artist event on Saturday 12 April.
Afternoon event celebrating the publication on Drawn to Drawing published by Nobrow in March 2014. Book signing with John Vernon Lord on Saturday 12 April, 2.30pm - 5.00pm
Sticky Ends Tony Ross & Jeanne Willis
19 - 29 March 2014
Illustrated by TONY ROSS, Written by Jeanne Willis, published by Andersen Press.
Have you heard the tale of Felicity Finch who was prone to pinch? Or the one about Vince the Mince, the vegetarian dog who took his sprouts far too seriously...
This hilarious collection offers a grisly mix of gruesome cautionary verses, in which assorted characters meet the stickiest of ends!