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The Warrior Artist

By: Eadaoin Glynn
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  • The Warrior Artist is a resource to inspire you on your creative journey. I know all about the challenges of moving from a non-creative life to a creative one but if I can do it so can you! I'll share what I've learnt, what worked, what didn't work and the creative journeys of other artists. www.eadaoinglynn.com/podcast www.instagram.com/eadaoin_glynn
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Episodes
  • Love the mistakes. You have to keep persevering before the good stuff comes out - Debbie Godsell [27]
    Jul 12 2024

    In this episode of the Warrior Artist Podcast, host Éadaoin Glynn interviews Debbie Godsell, a visual artist and art educator based in Cork. Her work is primarily lens based, but has evolved to include sculptural forms and video.

    A graduate of Crawford College of Art and Design and Limerick School of Art and Design, she is a member of Cork Printmakers. In 2018, she was shortlisted for the Zurich Portrait Prize. She has won many awards and her work is in public collections, including the National Gallery of Ireland, the OPW, and the Crawford Art Gallery.

    Debbie discusses:

    • her artistic evolution from lens-based work to printmaking the influence of her rural surroundings on her art.
    • her love of the unpredictability and possibilities within printmaking
    • the impact of her family history and environment on her work
    • Her interest in folklore, identity, and the colonial history of Ireland
    • The creative processthe challenges of balancing teaching and her art practice
    • Rejection
    • Advice and the importance of community
    • The importance of perseverance

    See Debbie's work in her upcoming solo exhibition 'Flail' in Source Arts Centre, Tipperary, 14th September – 19th October 2024

    Full show notes available here

    Follow Debbie on Instagram and her website

    Follow Éadaoin on Instagram and her website

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    1 hr and 5 mins
  • Aideen Barry - the role of the artist as rule breaker and messenger [26]
    May 8 2024

    In this episode of the Warrior Artist Podcast, host Éadaoin Glynn interviews Irish visual artist Aideen Barry, who shares insights into her expansive practice that includes performance, sculpture, film, text, and experimental lens-based media.

    Barry discusses her personal journey to becoming an artist, the themes in her work such as domestic labor, environmental changes, and human vulnerability, and her unique approach to engaging with varied mediums. She reflects on the significance of international collaboration and how her work resonates on a global scale, touching on social and political issues.

    Highlights include discussions on her projects, 'Oblivion' and 'The Song of the Bleeding Tree,' as well as her approaches to art as a form of protest and responsibility. Barry also discusses upcoming projects, her thoughts on art's role in society, and her efforts to support emerging artists and diversify representation in the art world.

    00:00 Welcome to the Warrior Artist Podcast

    00:12 Introducing Aideen Barry: A Visual Artist's Journey

    00:48 The Early Desire to Create: Aideen's Path to Art

    01:55 Exploring Artistic Mediums: A Journey Through College and Beyond

    03:17 Building an International Profile: The Importance of Global Connection

    06:10 Folklore and Identity: Diving into the Archives

    10:26 The Bleeding Tree: A Metaphor for Environmental Awareness

    13:37 Oblivion: Music as a Medium for Message

    14:11 The Role of Artists in Today's World

    19:26 Collaborating with Peter Gabriel: Art in Popular Culture

    20:43 Klostes: A Feature Film Collaboration

    27:06 The Power of Non-Verbal Communication in Art

    29:31 Exposing Injustice Through Art: The National Gallery Controversy

    30:22 Championing Women's Representation in Art Institutions

    34:29 The Power of Artistic Protest and Representation

    36:11 Advocating for Equality and Diversity in the Art World

    41:08 The Artist's Life: Balancing Creativity, Family, and Activism

    48:34 Future Projects and Collaborations: Expanding Horizons

    53:28 Final Thoughts and Advice for Emerging Artists

    Read the blog post here

    See more details on Aideen Barry on Instagram and her Website.

    Follow Éadaoin Glynn on Instagram @eadaoin_glynn and her website.


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    55 mins
  • Solo Exhibition insights and lessons learned [25]
    Apr 29 2024

    In this episode of the Warrior Artist Podcast, host Éadaoin Glynn shares her recent experiences and lessons learned from preparing for two solo exhibitions. Éadaoin discusses the process of creating a new body of work, from initial opportunity to final execution, highlighting challenges such as finding inspiration, embracing experimentation, and the importance of documentation and promotion. She offers advice on trusting the creative process, seeking feedback, and lessons learnt on documenting and curating exhibitions. Éadaoin also shares tips for artists on how to maximise opportunities.

    Follow Éadaoin on Instagram @eadaoin_glynn and on her website www.eadaoinglynn.com

    References / Names mentioned:

    Maurice Quillinan

    Limerick Museum

    Art NetDlr

    Walter's, Dun Laoghaire

    Pauline B Flynn

    Diane Magee

    Nuala Clarke

    Lizzie Kinsella

    Artform

    Salvatore of Lucan

    Zsolt Basti

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    31 mins

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