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Winner of Solstice Visual Arts Award 2022: Hazel O'Sullivan, 'Unit 1', 'Unit 2', 'Unit 3', 2022, wood stain, veneer, fabric on birch plywood, 70 x 50cm



Curated by Davey Moor

Solstice invited artists from, or residing in County Meath, to submit works of art of all disciplines for inclusion in the eleventh SURVEYOR open exhibition. Representing an overview of living visual arts practice throughout the county, the exhibition is the largest of its kind in the northeast region.

SURVEYOR serves to support, value and encourage Meath artists in the development of their practices and creative careers. An annual Solstice Visual Arts Award of €2,000 is presented to a work of distinction in any medium.

This year, curator, registrar, writer, and lecturer Davey Moor selected the works.


Scroll down to view exhibition images & 360° virtual tour 


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Davey Moor

Independent Curator / Registrar, OPW State Art Collection

Davey Moor is an independent curator, writer, and lecturer on art. Registrar for the OPW Irish State Art Collection since 2010, he has been curating both freelance and for organisations such as Epoch, One Gallery, Monster Truck, Kevin Kavanagh, and the OPW since 2004. He was the director of Kevin Kavanagh gallery between 2008 - 2010.

Take a Virtual 360° Tour of the Exhibition

To navigate: 

- Click & Drag to look around the space, or use the left and right arrow keys on your keyboard to look in each direction.
- Click on the rings throughout the space to move around, or use the up and down arrow keys to move forward and back.
- Use the scroll wheel on your mouse to zoom in and out, or use the plus and minus keys on your keyboard.
- When finished in the Foyer, click on the small blue circle 'Exhibition continues upstairs' to continue the tour in the upstairs galleries.
- Click 'view fullscreen' on the bottom right to enter fullscreen mode.