Tim Goulding

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Tim Goulding was born in Dublin and has lived and worked near Allihies on the Beara Peninsula, West Cork since 1969. He is a member of Aosdana, an affiliation of artists set up by the Arts Council in 1983 to honour those artists whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the arts in Ireland. He has exhibited widely throughout Ireland and has also had one-person shows in Ireland, England, Portugal and the USA.

Goulding  is equally at home in abstract and representational forms of expression.  Since the beginning of his career,  Tim Goulding’s paintings have been inspired by nature; both the rugged landscape in which he lives, hillside fields, little villages nestling below rocky mountain slopes, disused copper mines, sea caves, the rocky coastline and the sea, as well as themes such as the elements and bog fires.

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2015 Patching the Void, Doswell Gallery, Rosscarberry, Co Cork
2015 Patching the Void, Taylor Galleries, Dublin
2012 Clouds, Taylor Galleries, Dublin
2011 Clouds, Catherine Hammond Gallery, Glengarriff, Ireland
2008 Taylor Galleries, Dublin
2006 Vangard Gallery, Cork City
2005 OS/B Gallery, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow
2003 Eigse Arts Festival, Carlow

Selected Group Exhibitions
2017 Masters of West Cork, Catherine Hammond Gallery, Skibbereen, Cork
2016 Taylor Galleries. Christmas and summer shows
2016 Catherine Hammond Gallery, Skibbereen, Cork
2015 EIGSE, Visual, Carlow
2014 EIGSE, Visual, Carlow
2014 Doswell Gallery, Rosscarberry, Co Cork
2014 Catherine Hammond Gallery, Glengarriff, Co Cork
2013 Catherine Hammond Gallery, Glengarriff, Co Cork
2013 RHA, Annual Show, Dublin
2013 Doswell Gallery, Rosscarberry, Co Cork
2013 Taylor Galleries, Dublin. Summer Show
2013 ’50 Years On’, Lavit Gallery, Cork City
2013 Taylor Galleries, Dublin
2012 RHA, Annual Show, Dublin
2012 ‘Into the Light’. Arts Council Show, Limerick
2008 Christmas Shows, Vangard Gallery, Cork + Taylor Galleries, Dublin
2008 ‘Revelation’, National Gallery, Dublin
2008 EIGSE 2008, Carlow
2008 Bridget Flannery Selection, Lavit Gallery, Cork
2007 (c)artography, Crawford Gallery, Cork
2007 RHA, Dublin
2007 ‘Our Fragile Earth’, Iniscealta Festival of the Arts, Mountshannon, Co Clare
2007 Mc Bride Gallery, (2 person show with Helen Comerford), Killarney

Selected Public Collection
The National Library of Ireland
The Arts Council of Ireland
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland
IMMA, Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland
Ashmolean Library, Oxford, UK
The Crawford Gallery, Cork City.
The Ulster Museum
Dept. of Arts Culture and The Gaeltacht
Office of Public Works
Corporate collection of Aldi Stores Ltd, Munster Regional Office.
Dept. of Foreign Affairs
Irish Aviation Authority
Trinity College, Dublin
University College, Dublin
Municipal Gallery, Dublin
Bank of Ireland
Investment Bank of Ireland
Carroll Collections, Dundalk
G.P.A., Co Limerick
Short Bros. Washington D.C. USA
University of Limerick
National Self-Portrait Collection, Limerick University
Conrad Hilton Hotel,Dublin
Tralee RTC
Waterford RTC
Dundalk Institute of Technology, DKIT

Private Collections
Slow Painters, Deborah Barlow collection, Boston, USA
Represented in private collections in Ireland, England , Continental Europe, USA and Canada
Richard Harris collection, Bahamas
Bono, U2, Dublin

Selected Biographical References
‘Into The Light’, Arts Council, 2012
‘Floating World’, Dr Julian Campbell, Taylor Galleries, 2008
(c)artography, Crawford Gallery publications,2007
Contemporary Art from Cork, C2, Crawford Gallery publications,2005
In Profile, Cork Examiner August 5th 2000, Anita Whooley
World of Hibernia, Winter 2000, Aidan Dunne
Enter, CD ROM Magazine. Volume 11. Video interview. December 2000
“The Celtic Quest”, Welcome Publishing, New York,1998 [ An anthology of Celtic Mythology from Merlin to Van Morrison ]
Time Out, Cork Examiner Weekend, 11th April 1988, Allanah Hopkin
“Modern Art in Ireland”, Dorothy Walker,1997
“A Concise History of Irish Art”, Bruce Arnold
“Contemporary Irish Art” , Roderick Knowles
“Irish Art from 1960 to the present day”, Ann Crookshank
“The Irish Imagination”, Christopher Fitzsimons