Mary Morrissey’s ‘Her Son’s Creation’ was awarded an honorable mention at this year’s Sensational Elora Festival in Elora, Ontario, Canada. On hand to collect her award, Mary was proud to have the subject of her photograph sitting in the audience. Mary describes the photograph as:
“The inspiration of this shot is the contenment of the mother demonstrating the functionality of a half door ably made by her son. The warmth of the glow on her face contrasts with the cold yet beautiful country outside the door. The discinction between inside and outside is clear yet the outside is invited in. The texture of the purple coat in is contrast to the pale white snow and wispy grass. Technically, both near and distance are in focus. We are led from the inside out and for a short time before the door is closed the outside receives a glimpse inside.
I used a Cannon G10 camera to take this winter shot.“
My Eye – Photographs by Mary C Morrissey
A photography exhibition featuring the works of Mary C Morrissey opened on 7th November 2008 at the Clarkeville Gallery in Palmerstown, D 20, 01 6258957.
Mary’s photography brings us her vision of the world and is entitled: My Eye. We are taken on a fascinating tour from the familiar suburbs of Herbert Park and her hometown of Tramore, to the beauty of Provence and Cyprus, and to exotic locations in the Caribbean. Her subjects are no less diverse including a dazzling field of sunflowers, cows, frost-covered thistles, the grandeur of whales and arresting portraits of human subjects. Continue reading →
From the Munster Express, March 2008
MY EYE – Exhibition of Photography
A Special photo exhibition by a Tramore woman was launched last Friday.
Mary from Priest Road in Tramore was educated in Stella Maris, Tramore, University College Cork and Trinity College Dublin. Sister of solicitor Danny Morrissey, her sister in law, Edel Morrissey was the guest speaker and introduced her. Mary normally works as a Director of Psychology with the Health Service Executive. She lives in Dublin and is a member of the Contemporary Irish Arts Society (C.I.A.S.) and she is passionate about photography. Many Tramore scenes are there, as well as Inisturk, and other parts of the West, the Caribbean Virgin islands of St Vincent in the Grenadines, France and Boston USA.
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