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Painting of Dermot Blackburn by Kenny McKendry; see:- http:/​/​www.​kennymckendry.​com/​


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Exhibitions / Publications etc.

'Mixed Blessings' - Clotworthy Arts Centre, Antrim. 2004

'Headland' - Book with poet Andy Croft, (ISBN: 1 897698 14 3) - 2001

Residency at Roundstone Arts Festival - with sculptor, Janet Crymble.
Exhibition at 'Art in Heaven', Roundstone, Connemara.

'Headland, Heartland, Homeland' - Exhibition & CD Rom - ( with poet Andy Croft & the children of St Beaga's Primary School, Hartlepool). 2001

'Mixed Blessings' - Exhibition at Saltburn Artists' Gallery, 1999

'Lead Shots' - Documentation and exhibition of Killhope Lead Mining Centre, Alston, Cumbria. 1998

'Train' - (with David Mach). Documentation and exhibition of the construction of David Mach's public sculpture, 'Train', Myles Meehan Gallery, Darlington. 1998


'Gaps Between Hills' - (with the poets Andy Croft & Mark Robison). Book about the landscape and people of Teesside. (ISBN: 1897698 10). Exhibited at Royal Festival Hall, London & touring. 1997/98

'Art Landscape & Archaeology' - Exhibition of the landscape of Teesside, with painter Peter Joyce and Cleveland Dept. of Archaeology, Cleveland Gallery, Middlesbrough. 1996

'Tower Block' - Documentation of life in and around Fulbeck House tower block in East Middlesbrough - featured on Tyne/Tees Television's Northern Electric Awards 1994. (Permanent exhibition at Fulbeck House).

'You Don't Look Like a Writer' - Commissioned by Leeds University to photograph writers in the Cleveland area, 1994. (Touring exhibition).


Work published in:-

Guardian & Daily Telegraph (London), Sunk Island Review (Lincoln), Big Spoon (Belfast), Wetlands & Wildfowl (Glos.), British Journal of Photography (London), Channel 4 & MacMillan Press (London), Professional Photography (London), 'Wild Ireland' (Dublin), Heritage Outlook (Kilkenny), Belfast Newsletter, Sunday Life, North & South Belfast News.







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