'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear
'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear

'Crossover' by Niall de Buitlear

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'Crossover' by Niall de Buitleaer

2 colour hand-pulled screen print
500 x 500mm / on 300gsm Somerset Velvet paper. Edition of 30, signed and numbered by the artist.

About the Project
Damn Fine Print proudly presents a new collaboration with leading Irish contemporary artist Niall de Buitléar.

The work comprises three abstract screenprints, created in de Buitléar’s unique style through an intricate combination of hand drawing and print.

While at first glance these works are mesmerisingly simple, further inspection reveals a complexity and intricate detail that has become a calling card of de Buitléar’s creations.

Describing his process, the artist tells us: “My work involves the ongoing development of an abstract vocabulary through the layering and repetition of simple forms into more complex structures. 

“Drawing is central to my work and is the basis for the development of each piece. I am interested in how ideas that begin with drawing can flow into other media and how one drawing can be interpreted differently in multiple media, in both two and three dimensions. 

“In my two-dimensional work repeated lines create a sense of rhythm and movement, in a sculpture those same lines become the cut edges of stacked materials creating three-dimensional structures.”

All three prints are designed in such a way that they can be framed and hung as a collection or as individual pieces.

About the Artist
Niall de Buitléar was born in 1983 in Dublin and graduated from the Dublin Institute of Technology with a BA in Fine Art in 2006 and a postgraduate diploma in Creative Digital Media in 2014. Solo exhibitions of his work have been held at the RHA, Dublin; Pallas Projects, Dublin; the Wexford Arts Centre; 126, Galway; and twice at the The Lab, Dublin. He has participated in two-person exhibitions at the Wexford Arts Centre and Queen Street Studios, Belfast.

Framing
Frames can be purchased through Damn Fine Print in black, white and natural wooden finishes. Bespoke framing is also available.

Shipping and Returns
This print is sold unframed securely packaged in a cardboard tube, sent via An Post Standard Postage. For details on shipping and returns click here. Please note colours may vary between computer screens.