2013 Exhibitions

'Selection Box' exhibiton at Film Base

'Gathering the Herd' at Little Green Gallery

The Bernard Shaw Dublin Bay Exhibition
Little Green Street

Farmleigh Christmas 2012

The show was themed 'Winter' because, well  happened during the winter, basically, and featured 9 members of the collective Austin Lysaght, Caomhán Mac Con Iomaire, Kevin Bohan, Killian Dunne, Nicola Colton, Sarah Tobin, Sonya O Brien, Tarsila Kruse and Jess Tobin. 

In addition to the work that we created for the theme, we have each made a small illustration to give to Farmleigh as a of a thank you for allowing us to show in such an amazing location. The theme for these pieces is Motor house, because the space that we are exhibiting in is the old motor house where the Guinness family used to keep their cars.

Seen as it is Christmas and a time of giving, we, having been inspired by what Poppy & Red did last year, have created a set of Christmas cards which were sold to raise money for Barretstown.

Belfast January 2012

January 2012 saw us hold our second exhibition in the fantastic Culturlann McAdam Ó Fiach in Belfast.

The show is open until the 23rd of February, so if you haven't seen it yet, you still have plenty of time!


Kev Bohan


Jessica Tobin

Tarsila Kruse

Paula McGloin

Austin Lysaght



Many thanks to all the staff at the Culturlann for supplying the space, the crowd, the wine and last but not least, the Jaffa Cakes. Incredible scenes.


Bernard Shaw 2011

The first Blind Elephant Illustration Exhibition took place in January 2011 in the Bernard Shaw pub in Dublin.

There was free beer.

Make sure you follow us on Facebook to find out about any future exhibitions. What better way to spend an evening than getting drunk for free and buying some bitchin' art?


Look how cool it looked:

The Question on everyone's lips.

Unlike Miles Davis, the Exhibition didn't blow

Shooting and elephant

I can't believe it's so CHEAP!

Benard Shaw in the Bernard Shaw

There was more than one beer, honestly.