Rachel Joynt

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Sea Urchin sculpture in Dun Laoghaire - Nearby Dublin City. Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Irish Sea, Dublin City, Sea Urchin, Saint George, Dublin Ireland, British Isles, Famous Artists
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Sea Urchin sculpture Dun Laoghaire Ireland Rachel Joynt

Visual artists Remco de Fouw and Rachel Joynt -public sculpture at National University of Ireland Maynooth. Science And Nature, Second Skin, Oh The Places You'll Go, Medieval, Ireland, Solar, University, Public, Craft Ideas

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work of art ("Mothership" by Rachel Joynt) at the coastline in Glasthule, Dublin James Joyce, Public Art, Earth Tones, Dublin, Garden Sculpture, Tower, Artwork, Beautiful, Art Nature
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Mothership, by Rachel Joynt, Dublin

Mother of Pearl Art Installations, Installation Art, Abandoned, Ireland, Contemporary Art, Shells, Sculptures, Pearls, Left Out
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Mother of Pearl [2006]

Perpetual Motion by Rachel Joynt and Remco de Fouw Beside the motorway at Naas, Co. Big Freeze, Perpetual Motion, Little Island, Homeland, Christmas Time
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Perpetual Motion

At the N7, County Kildare, Ireland

"Mothership" sea urchin ish scultpture by Rachel Joynt. Sandycove, Co. Sea Urchin, Dublin, Ireland, Europe, Art, Art Background, Kunst, Irish, Performing Arts
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Mothership [1999]

Perpetual Motion; 1996; Rachel Joynt, Remco de Fouw, Naas, Co. Kildare. Mateials;Ferro cement, steel epoxy filter and line marking paint.  Description: This 9 meter sphere textured and painted with a tarmac like surface depicts various road markings which may suggest movement across a globe.  The piece reflects the surroundings of a busy motorway junction, and can be ‘read’ both at speed and from afar. Road Markings, Perpetual Motion, Public Art, My Eyes, Football Helmets, Neon, Epoxy, Cement, Filter
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Perpetual Motion (1996)

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Belfast - Starboard By Rachel Joynt (Greggs Quay) Derry City, Fiber Optic Lighting, Greggs, Belfast, Public Art, Irish, Deck, Outdoor Decor, Design
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Belfast - Starboard By Rachel Joynt (Greggs Quay)

This 8.5 metre long ship outline is made of translucent blue cobbles surrounded by a cast iron frame. The cobbles have starfish embedded within to suggest sea and sky and are lit from underneath with fibre optic lighting. Rachel Joynt was born in County Kerry in 1966. She has a degree in sculpture from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. She has been involved in the creation of many public artworks in Ireland including People's Island, Dublin Millennium Sculptural Symposium…

Arc Hive by Rachel Joynt-2003- Pearse Street Library.The bee,honeycomb and its gathering and storing activities are an appropriate symbol for a library Three 1.1m x 1.1m hexagonal cast iron grids bedded into the entrance foyer house honey amber glass cobbles.The cobbles are embedded with Irish type face letters that appear like speckled powdered pollen. Street Library, Type Face, Bee Honeycomb, Entrance Foyer, Amber Glass, Public Art, Cast Iron, Irish, Sculptures
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Arc Hive by Rachel Joynt-2003- Pearse Street Library.The bee,honeycomb and its gathering and storing activities are an appropriate symbol for a library Three 1.1m x 1.1m hexagonal cast iron grids bedded into the entrance foyer house honey amber glass cobbles.The cobbles are embedded with Irish type face letters that appear like speckled powdered pollen.

Rachel Joynt Irish Art, Concrete, Cement
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Rachel Joynt