Shining a light on Rosalind Franklin’s DNA Story Exhibition

 Artists Wyllie O Hagan – Denise Wyllie & Clare O Hagan celebrate British scientist Rosalind Franklin’s pioneering discoveries in DNA. The artists mark the centenary of her birth with a series of worldwide art exhibitions. See the first x-ray photographs of DNA HERE AND  BUY FRANKLIN PRINTS HERE A list of exhibition venues will be published here online shortly. DOWNLOAD A FREE CATALOGUE ROSALIND FRANKLIN CENTENARY EXHIBITION Rosalind Franklin was … Read More →

Wyllie O Hagan’s Transformations in Science and Art

Artists Denise Wyllie and Clare O Hagan with Transformations in Science and Art

This project was created by Wyllie O Hagan during a two year residency at University College London Hospital. The artists made a monumental 42 metre cross media textile artwork that celebrates the growing awareness of the importance of DNA in Cancer Research,

Ello Coronavirus Special Issue – Altered Art Magazine

Bringing you the latest celebrity & royal news from the UK & around the world, artist Clare O Hagan puts together a Ello Coronavirus Special Issue Altered Art Magazine. Recycling the news and re-presenting views in this altered art magazine results in a world of new associations and meaning.

Keto Greek Goddess of the Sea begins her Odyssey homeward to Paros, from London England

On June 19th 2020, I – Clare O Hagan will be transformed into Keto – Greek Goddess of the Sea. Keto and I were due to be on her island home of Paros, Greece on that date where a big party and exhibition celebrating her re-awakening was planned, We are now trapped in London because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, June 19th marks the first steps of an unexpected, unplanned … Read More →

Wyllie O Hagan’s Whitework Book


Whitework – A Gentle Path – Book for sale £10.00   The book contains almost 100 beautiful photographs of contemporary whitework textiles and their creators, accompanied by insightful commentaries. This unique book has the power to do many things: to bring comfort to those who face fear; to show a way to travel towards a calmer normality; to inspire creativity; to enjoy uplifting artworks; to send good intentions to those … Read More →

Denise Wyllie exhibiting at The Royal Academy

Royal Academy Summer Show 2019 features one of Wyllie’s new print series of the Renaissance Garden at David Austin Roses. click on link below to buy from RA website Buy Into the Renaissance Garden at The Royal Academy here Slipstream’s review and interview with Denise Wyllie here: Denise Wyllie artist exhibiting at the RA, London Slip Stream Media

Denise Wyllie solo exhibition in Karelia, Russia

Denise Wyllie’s paintings and prints are celebrated in a solo exhibition called ‘Karelia Dreaming’, at Karelia State University. Curated by Sabina Nedbailik / Сабина Недбайлик, the exhibition runs to January 2020.  Wyllie’s frequent visits to Karelia and her long collaboration as Art Contact Russia/UK artists and creatives have resulted in a unique portfolio of prints.  Wyllie initiated contact with a group of young Karelian artists in the early ’90s during … Read More →

Denise Wyllie at David Austin’s Roses 2017-2019

At the invitation of the late English Rose expert, David Austin, Wyllie has painted his Shropshire garden over the last two years. In an extensive series of paintings and prints Wyllie captures the romantic atmosphere of the quintessential beauty of his English Rose Garden. From the plein air paintings, the artist created a series of screenprints. ‘Into The Renaissance Garden’ is currently for sale at the Royal Academy of Art, … Read More →

Clare O Hagan Names the 900

Naming the 900 Art Installation by Clare O Hagan, August 2019 Found Material with tape “Naming the 900” describes the short lives of the un-named infants and children who died or are missing from the Bessborough Mother and Baby Home, Cork, Ireland, from 1922-1998. The burial place of well over 800 of the children who died there remains unknown. Following the pattern of it’s sister piece “The Innocents – Los … Read More →

Clare O Hagan exhibits at Ironbridge Fine Arts Gallery

Review by Rosie Mussen: Clare O Hagan has a lot to say about female eroticism. The Irish born, London based artist and activist’s latest exhibition, Embracing Women, opens at Ironbridge Fine Arts Gallery on June 1st. It features a series of some thirty prints created over a period of two decades. Based on life drawing studies, each piece explores sexuality through the lens of O Hagan’s personal feminism. Vibrant colours, … Read More →