A Stroll through Ulysses.
Original oil and watercolour paintings by Roger Cummiskey.
Roger is President of the AIA – Andalusian International Artist Group. He lives in Mijas Costa and Dublin.
This exhibition features a mixture of oil and watercolour interpretations based on the writings and wanderings of James Joyce.
The AIA was formed in November 2004.
The exhibition opens 04 June and continues until 30 June, 2015.
Presented for your pleasure at galeria restaurante LUCIA, C/Maestra Ángeles Aspiazú, 17, Fuengirola, 29640 Malaga. Up from the three horse fountain.
Open daily M-F. 12-21 h. Closed Sat and Sun.
The exhibition spans Bloomsday – Tuesday 16th June – when there will be a reception and talk about the exhibits at 20:30.
Bella Cohen (above) is a fictional character in James Joyce‘s novel Ulysses. She is the brothel-mistress in the “Nighttown” sequence, and has a large and mannish appearance. She has a son in an Oxford college.
Lean out of the window, Goldenhair. A poem by J Joyce, 70 x 50 cm oil on canvas.
Mr Bloom. The main character in Joyce´s Ulysses.
Dancing James Joyce.
James Joyce at the Ha´penny Bridge.
Walking into eternity.
James Joyce at the Door
80 x 100 x 04 cm Oil on canvas. MMXV-111
Henrik Ibsen’s When We Dead Awaken was favourably criticised by the 18 year old James Joyce who had taught himself to speak and read Dano Norwegian over a period of a few weeks. He corresponded with Ibsen and was greatly influenced by him.