James McLoughliln is an artist, illustrator and printmaker living in north County Louth.
“After spending many years living in London I moved back to Ireland in 2015 and my work has been inspired by the surrounding areas of the Mournes and Cooleys. I produce work in various mediums including Dry point etching, Lithography, screenprint and lino cut as well as wood cut and also work in Charcoal and acrylic and oil paint. I am currently attending NCAD and studying for a Certificate in Visual Arts Practice.
In summer 2018 I held my first solo exhibition, ‘Homecoming’, at Newry Library exhibition space, and have also twice exhibited in group exhibitions at the basement Gallery in An Tain arts centre in Dundalk, The Fiddlers Green Festival and Cregagh Library in a travelling exhibition for The Trees of Kilbroney Park book launch, the Longwalk Shopping Centre exhibition with the Art as Exchange arts collective and have also had a piece exhibited and sold at the 2018 Royal Ulster Academy exhibition. I currently have a piece on exhibit in the Wexford AOC open call exhibition at the Presentation Arts Centre in Enniscorthy.
I am an associate member of the VAI, a member of Creative Spark, Creative Spark Print Group and Art As Exchange collaborative.”