Monday, December 21, 2015

"Dublin artist gets letter of thanks from US president" with Nuala Holloway


FROM THE ARCHIVES:

National media coverage in Ireland's The Irish Times on 11 April 2012 when Nuala Holloway received a letter of thanks from U.S. President Barack Obama for her Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston". The painting was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for the U.S. President on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011

To read the full article from The Irish Times you can click on this link.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Nuala Holloway set for TG4 appearance

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career.

This interview will mark Nuala's first TV interview after many years of print media interviews, since she represented Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan.

The interview will focus mainly on Nuala's life pursuing her early ambition to go to college, becoming fluent in the Irish language and subsequent career as a secondary school teacher and voluntary Irish language radio broadcaster.

Other areas will focus on Nuala's earlier career as a model, actress and former Miss Ireland, as well as her ongoing work as an artist and her ongoing academic studies, which currently include learning Chinese language and culture.

Friday, November 6, 2015

"Comhrá" on TG4 with Nuala Holloway

Tune into Ireland's TG4 on 19 November 2015 at 7.30pm for 'Comhrá' where Nuala Holloway will discuss, in the Irish language, her life and career.

This interview will mark Nuala's first TV interview after many year of print media interviews, since she represented Ireland at the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Okinawa, Japan.

The interview will focus mainly on Nuala's life pursuing her early ambition to go to college, becoming fluent in the Irish language and subsequent career as a secondary school teacher and voluntary Irish language radio broadcaster.

Other areas will focus on Nuala's earlier career as a model, actress and former Miss Ireland, as well as her ongoing work as an artist and her ongoing academic studies, which currently include learning Chinese language and culture.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

"A painting fit for a president" with Nuala Holloway


FROM THE ARCHIVES:

National media coverage in Ireland's Sunday Independent on 29 May 2011 when Nuala Holloway's Oil on Canvas painting, "Famine Ship - Jeanie Johnston" was accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin as a gift for U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

"Mount Temple artist and actress" with Nuala Holloway


FROM THE ARCHIVES:

The Westmeath Independent, 23 May 2015.
"Inquisition" with Nuala Holloway (Compiled by Deirdre Verney)
An interview with Nuala Holloway about aspects of her life and career as
a teacher, model, actress and artist.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

"Dark Dreamer" with Nuala Holloway (RIP Chris Wilson)


RIP Chris Wilson, Environmentalist and Radio Presenter. I had the pleasure of working with him on a couple of short films, including this one, "Dark Dreamer", back in 2009 alongside Dermod Lynskey and Don Conroy. A wonderful gentleman who shall be missed.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

"An Allegory of Italian Men" by Nuala Holloway



The Sienese painter Duccio di Buoninsegna's painting of the "Maesta" was carried through the streets of Siena in 1311 before being placed on the main altar in the Cathedral. Here "An Allegory of Italian Men" (Oil on Canvas) by artist Nuala Holloway is being carried through the streets of Florence before reaching the Palazzo Strozzi.



"An Allegory of Italian Men" by Nuala Holloway - Oil on Canvas - on exhibit at 
the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy.

Monday, August 17, 2015

"Famine Ship - The Jeanie Johnston" by Nuala Holloway


"Famine Ship - The Jeanie Johnston" by Nuala Holloway - Oil on Canvas

(This is the original oil painting which, accepted by the U.S. Embassy in Dublin, was presented to U.S. President Barack Obama on his first official state visit to Ireland in 2011. The Jeanie Johnston represents the type of ship President Obama's Irish ancestors would have sailed on as they headed for America. President Obama subsequently sent a personal letter of gratitude to Nuala for her gift)