My children loved Paddington Bear when they were younger, they really are classic stories.
A reminder about the Affordable Art Show taking place this weekend in the Clyde Court Hotel (formerly Berkeley Court Hotel), Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, this weekend, Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November 2012 from 10am-6pm.
To celebrate the launch of this year’s TOMS x Movember partnership in Ireland there was a Draw with Don event in The Fumbally as part of the Movember 2012 campaign. Here are some photos from the evening.
On Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November 2012, Don, along with several artists, will be exhibiting at the Affordable Art Show taking place in Dublin’s Clyde Court Hotel, Dublin 4. The exhibition is open from 10am-6pm on both Saturday and Sunday. There will be… Continue Reading “Affordable Art Show”
Don has been making some radio programmes on nature recently with Chris Wilson and Alan Maguire, check out the Wildside website for further details.
I’m working on a new book called Shakespeare and Ratbag. It’s a children’s book about a rat who inspires Shakespeare’s writing when he first moves to London. I feel that after featuring rats as villains in the Wings Trilogy it’s time for me to… Continue Reading “Shakespeare and Ratbag”
Don did a drawing workshop in the Natural History Museum at Halloween this year as part of Dublin UNESCO City of Literature’s Great Writing – Great Places events. Some great art was produced by the children including by some who had never drawn before!
It was great to meet up with Jimmy Murakami again recently, at the Blackrock Animation Festival. I am a huge fan of his work. Looking forward to watching The Snowman again this Winter.
Dalkey Library was relaunched recently with the addition of a lovely garden dedicated to the memory of Maeve Binchy. Here are some photos taken by the Dun Laoghaire Gazette. Pictured below are Don, his wife Gay and fellow writer Marita Conlon-McKenna.
Here’s one that was done as a wedding present. The groom was a fan of one of Don’s book characters, Harry the Hedgehog so this was a personalised storyboard of the bride and groom’s history using Harry as the representative character.