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The story of a little girl meeting a wolf while she brings her grandmother food is one of the most frequently adapted fairy tales of all time. I… Read More
The story of a little girl meeting a wolf while she brings her grandmother food is one of the most frequently adapted fairy tales of all time. In Germany, the girl is known as “Rotkäppchen”. I exhibited this piece at the opening of the Copper house gallery, Dublin, where the owners Leszek and Maureen Wolnik presented a beautiful A2 print to the Minister of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Mr. Jimmy Deenihan TD. Awards & Recognition The Illustration Cupboard Exhibition, London, UK 2014 American Illustration juried archive 2012 3x3 Children's Illustration Annual No. 9, Distinguished Merit 2012 Drawn Feb 2012 Le Cool 2012 The Copper House Gallery 2011 Read Less
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Rotkäppchen

The story of a little girl meeting a wolf while she brings her grandmother food is one of the most frequently adapted fairy tales of all time. In Germany, the girl is known as “Rotkäppchen”. 
I created this piece for the opening of the Copper House Gallery in Dublin, a contemporary exhibition space celebrating the work of some of Ireland's leading illustrators. I also had the honour of exhibiting the piece at The Illustration Cupboard in London in 2014.
Awards & Recognition
The Illustration Cupboard Exhibition, London, UK 2014
American Illustration juried archive 2012
3x3 Children's Illustration Annual No. 9, Distinguished Merit  2012
Drawn Feb 2012
Le Cool 2012
The Copper House Gallery 2011
The Illustration Cupboard, London. UK.
Gallery owners Leszek and Maureen Wolnik present a print of Rotkäppchen to the Minister of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Mr. Jimmy Deenihan TD.
3X3 Magazine, New York.
American Illustration 27.