Willie Evesson

Biography

Kilkenny based artist Elizabeth Cope is best known as a painter of bright, colorful pictures. She paints spontaneous, spirited still lives, views of interiors, animals, portraits and domesticated landscapes. Her style owes a great deal to Matisse and to another decorative artist, Raoul Dufy. She has exhibited widely, both in Ireland and abroad, and her paintings are held in a number of important public and private collections.


1970 National College of Art & Design, Dublin
1972-74 Sir John Cass School of Art, Whitechapel, London
1974-77 Chelsea School of Art, Fine Art
1997 Six months in France
1999 Soujourn, New York
2000 Kinay Park Complex, Glasgow (Studio of Iain McColl)

Awards:
1999 Art Council Travel Award to New York
1997-98 Trocaire Artists in Residence, Central America
1994 Trocaire Artists in Residence, Somalia
1994 Arts Council Travel Bursary to Somalia
1994 Sunday Times Sponsorship to Somalia
1994 Galtee, Mitchelstown, Cork Sponsorship to Somalia
1992-93 Travel Award to Zurich
1987 First Prize in “Drawing The Line” competition for South-Eastern Region sponsored by An Board Gois and grant aided by The Arts Council
1982 French Government Grant to France
1974 Spanish Government Grant (from London) to Segovia and Madrid

Solo Exhibitions:
The Walton Gallery, London
The Pecanin Gallery, Mexico City
Conrad Hotel, Brussels
Tristann’s Gallery, Dundalk
Butler Gallery, Kilkenny
The Solomon Gallery, Dublin
Art House, Images from Central America
London Contemporary Art Fair (Park Walk Gallery)
Park Walk Gallery, London
Wexford Arts Centre/Heritage Centre
Swiss Credit Bank International, Zurich 

 
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Dublin Bay 1

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Inishowen Landscape XVI

Previously Sold

 

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Homeland I SOLD

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Homeland II SOLD

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Howth I SOLD

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Inishowen Landscape I SOLD

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Inishowen Landscape XIII SOLD

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Inishowen Landscape XXII SOLD

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Sugarloaf SOLD