I have been asked several times over the past few months if I would consider one of the aft challenges that many artists on social media do. I initially wasn’t sure if it was for me, but after speaking with a few customers who have … Continue readingThe 100 Heads Challenge
Come along to the opening night of Aidan Sloans new Art Exhibition ‘This wee place here’. Enjoy nibbles and drinks while exploring the various paintings on display. Aidan’s new exhibition examines the characteristics of Northern Ireland as perceived by a post troubles artist living … Continue reading“This Wee Place Here” solo exhibition 10/01/2019
2019 Calendar now available to order!! Following on from the success and popularity of my 2018 Cow Art Calendar, I am now taking orders for my 2019 Wildlife Calendar! This Calendar will contain a broad range of animal paintings; a mix of some recent and … Continue readingNow taking orders for 2019 Calendar!!
The Original Christy Moore painting, now signed by Christy himself, can be won by you, yes you! And you can help a very worth cause in the process! Follow the link for the details for entry and good luck!
Absolutely delighted to announce that my painting “Who am I?” has been selected for display at the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts 137th Annual Exhibition in the Ulster Museum, Belfast from the 19th October 2018 to 6th January 2019. I am feeling very proud, not … Continue readingRoyal Ulster Academy success
In January 2019 I will be holding an exhibition in the main hall of the Down Arts Centre. “This wee place here.” will be an exhibition from the perspective of a post-troubles artist growing up and living in Northern Ireland. The work on display will … Continue reading“This wee place here” – My up and coming exhibition, January 2019
Silent Auction Fancy owning an Aidan Sloan original? I have had a real positive few months, and it wouldn’t have happened if not for all your support and encouragement!! This little fella is available to purchase but instead of me putting a price on it, … Continue readingSilent auction for an original painting
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of presenting my portrait of Dr George Edelstyn to Action Cancer, as well as the children and grandchildren of Dr Edelstyn, who had travelled from England to be there. Action Cancer have recently moved premises, into a fantastic facility providing … Continue readingDr George Edelstyn: Portrait of a pioneer in cancer research and treatment
Last year while working at The Balmoral Show, Dearbhla and I had the pleasure of chatting with Gareth Kirk, the Chief Executive of Action Cancer. We chatted about my work and the different charities we had fund raised for. A few months ago I received … Continue readingHonoured to paint the portrait of Dr George Edelstyn the founder of Action Cancer