C.S. Lewis Festival

Delighted to have my exhibtionThe Life and Lines of C.S. Lewis and Other Literary Legends included in the C.S. Lewis Festival Programme

F.L.Brunell solo exhibition The Life and Lines of C.S. Lewis and Other Literary Legends included in the C.S. Lewis festival programme

F.L.Brunell solo exhibition The Life and Lines of C.S. Lewis and Other Literary Legends included in the C.S. Lewis festival programme

Culture Night: Herstory Event

CULTURE NIGHT I was delighted to be invited to talk on the trajectory of females artists at Herstory Event. What a night, 900 attendees and queues outside. Listed in the Irish Independent as No. 4 out of 3000 events for culture night across Ireland. This was an incredible evening that celebrated forgotten females via song, drama, comedy, lectures and more.

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Interview with Adrian Dunbar on Samuel Beckett and Life in the Arts

The 5th ANNUAL HAPPY DAYS INTERNATIONAL BECKETT FESTIVAL takes place in Fermanagh 21ST JULY-1ST AUGUST…www.happy-days-enniskillen.com Check out events

Adrian Dunbar has enjoyed a highly successful career both on stage and screen. Last September he returned to the stage in Conor McPherson’s The Night Alive.

During the Happy Days Festival in Enniskillen 2015, I met up with the Fermanagh actor and festival associate to find out his views on Beckett, Irish Writers and life in the arts. The multi-talented actor and director has been an associate of the Beckett Festival since its inaugural year.

FL Brunell talks with Adrian Dunbar

FL Brunell talks with Adrian Dunbar

FOR Interview IN FULL refer to F.L.BRUNELL: LET’S DO ART AND CULTURE MENU PAGE (Q and A)

Presenting: David Norris and F.L.Brunell James Joyce

David Norris and F.L.Brunell

David Norris and F.L.Brunell

Brunell’s work is centred around a unique concept of painting dates in time, with days, months, and years, being transformed into a visual manifestation.

The James Joyce Bio-cycle -biographical lifecycle, denotes, from the inner circle outwards, the years of James Joyce’s birth and death respectively 1882-1941. The style of the painting, particularly the intensity of colour, captures the spirit of Joyce, his life and legacy.

James Joyce described Ulysses as a ‘compass in a day’ in a 1919 letter, life cyclical. The clock goes round, the months of the year go round, life goes around.