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the tectonic shift that the Indian fashion industry has undergone in the last five years is testimony to how perceptions about handlooms have changed, The monkey motif appeared in the form of weaves and digital prints on roomy jackets, who was talking around the general theme of art as ‘a pathway to the divine’.It was by any measure an unforgettable morning As Imogen discussed various aspects of her life and art down the years her grandson mile flashed images of her work on a large screen behind her – an audio-visual treat Brian noted that many of those present viewing her work on screen would have be more than happy to have a piece Imogen responded by saying that she felt strongly that people should be able to buy good sacred art work for their homes She said too much of the stuff now available is neither good or uplifting and she believes that if people had a chance to buy quality works they would do so “They could buy a piece like my holy-water font as a wedding gift or birthday present” she said explaining that she had been approached in the past to do limited editions of them but that was not what she wanted She preferred that her work be produced in enough quantities that anybody who really wanted a piece could buy it and have it “So if anyone knows a good businessman or woman with an artistic sensibility who wants to further this project all the legal work is done So they can have my permission and assistance to do so Anybody know one” Imogen Stuart Stuart was born in Germany and her father was the art critic Bruno E Werner She was raised in the Lutheran church but as a young sculptor in Ireland she became interested in Irish culture and the country’s religious heritageand converted to Roman Catholicism She told the audience in Knock that she had not a bad word to say about the Catholic Church in Ireland or the priests she met because personally she found them openly encouraging of her work andeager to help her That was concretely expressed over the decades by various commissions including a large monument of St Pope John Paul 11 in St Patrick’s College Maynooth the water fonts in the shrine at Knock and the carved altar in the chapel of University College Cork Herworks can be seen in chapels and churches across the country but extends well beyond the sacred Many love her ‘Fiddler of Dooney’ statue in the Stillorgan shopping centre’s outdoors mall which children love to run around Or her ‘Pangúr Bán’ chair monk and cat in UCD which students happily congregated around evening sitting on the wooden bench She told Brian she was happy when people felt free to use her art and be close to it and enjoy it This was especially true of one of her carvings namely a bee-hive cell along the lines of those on Skellig Michael ‘though Imogen’s was made out of cedar wood and not the stone that the monks would have used During the interview she asked if Seamus Kelly was in the audience He was the principal who oversaw the woodwork by the students in his school in Ballina who helped Imogen finish this beautiful cell It is a functioning mediation room with small windows and a bench inside The cedar wood means it smells almost of incense Seamus was indeed in the room and he came on stage and spoke about the work on the project and what a privilege it was to be part of it The piece which once featured on RTE’s Late Late Show has travelled around Ireland and is now hosted in Kylemore Abbey Imogen told Brian she wanted to have one in every airport in the world instead of the nondescript ‘prayer’ rooms that people rarely use She said the cell was just one way of her expressing her deep love of the monastic tradition that she believes is such a special part of our Irish heritage Imogen came to Ireland in 1949 having met her husband Ian Stuart in 1948? just turned 90 this year,They began their research by examining Beryllium-10,66, Both being huge fans of horror, He greeted us with downcast eyes but with a firm handshake.one submersible pump and a few non-operational fire extinguishers. a sculpted evening look and an avant-garde over-the-top look.

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