Terry Dunne

Terry the weaver has been weaving as a tapestry artist for the past thirty seven years. He graduated from Dun Laoghaire School of Art with a distinction in textiles, which led on to a one-year course at The Kilworth Craft Workshops in 1981. He was awarded The Sir Alfred Beit Award in 1980 and a Crafts Council Bursary Award in 2009. He now lives and weaves in Co. Wexford where he produces fine art tapestries for the corporate sector as well as the church and also private commissions. His work can be seen in many collections both public and private.

For many years Terry has exhibited his work widely both in Ireland and abroad, in one-man shows as well as group exhibitions. He won first prize at the RDS National Crafts Competition in 2010, 2008, 2005, and 1980 and exhibited in the winners’ touring exhibition many times. In 2020 his work featured in INTERCONNECTIONS 3, a group exhibition by tapestry weavers from Ireland and seven other countries. He is a member of the Contemporary Tapestry Artists’ Group.

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