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Solo Exhibitions
Lincoln Gallery, Dublin, 1983
Lincoln Gallery, Dublin, 1985
Mount Street Gallery, Dublin, 1988
Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, 1991
Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, 1993
Bank of Ireland Exhibition Centre HO, Dublin, 1996
LKF The Gallery, Hong Kong, 1996
Gallery 27, Cork St., London, 1999
Hallward Gallery, Dublin, 1999
Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, 2000
The National Gallery House of the Friends, March 2001

Group Exhibitions
An t-Oireachtas
Claremorris Open Exhibition
Cork Arts Society
Kenny Gallery, Galway
Hendricks Gallery, Dublin
Elmwood Gallery, Belfast
Royal Hibernian Academy
Frank Lewis Gallery, Killarney
Kilcock Art Gallery
United Arts Club, Dublin
The Hallward Gallery
King's Road Gallery, London

Invited Exhibitions
Royal Hibernian Academy - Banquet Exhibition, 1990 & 1992
Royal Hibernian Academy - 'Without Walls', 1993
An t-Oireachtas, 1991 to date
Oileán 1992, An Daingean
Oileán 1993, Galway & Belfast
Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin, 1993
The Courtyard Gallery, 'In Praise of Irish Women'
Sligo Art Gallery, 'Earth, Wind & Fire', 1997
Aer Rianta, 'Gateway to Art', 1998 & 1999
Boyle Arts Festival, 1999
18th International Friendship Exhibition, Art Cultural Exchange - Japan/Ireland, 1993
Graphic Gallery Touring Exhibition, 'Invited Artists', 1985-1995
Festival - Interceltique de Lorient, 1999
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo, 1992
Museo Vittoriano Rome, 2000
C.A.S.E., Cork, 2002

Exhibitions Since 2000

Galway, Ireland - July 2006

The Irish Eye - Project '06 Exhibition - Kennys Gallery, Galway

Hsinchu City, Taiwan - June 2006

Hsinchu City International Glass Art Festival

Dublin, Ireland - May 2006

For the first time in Ireland a major exhibition of her newest glass sculptures and "submerged" pieces, with many of her large paintings, were exhibited at the Headquarters of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland, 8 Merrion Square, Dublin 2.

100 PRESEPI, Rome - December 2005

Representing Ireland with an award winning glass sculpture.

OPENASIA 2005, Venice - 2005

Representing Ireland with Glass Installation at Hotel Hungaria. on The Lido, Venice.

Venice, Italy - September/October 2004

Venue: Open air on the Lido in Venice

Dublin, Ireland - October 2004

A second exhibition similar to that at the Berengo Fine Art Gallery (above). Venue: The Hallward Gallery, 65 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

Kilkenny - October 2002

Carmel Mooney's glass installation 'Firebirds', which was premiered at the Waterford International Glass Art Festival (see below), was exhibited at the Crafts Council of Ireland premises. This exhibition also included several paintings by Carmel Mooney.

Waterford - Summer 2002

The first International Glass Art Festival 'Artists-in-Glass' was held in six venues in Waterford City (July - October 2002) and artists from 12 countries were represented by over 300 works in glass. A feature of this exhibition was the major glass installation 'Firebirds' created by Carmel Mooney when she collaborated with the Glass Masters of the Berengo Foundation in Murano, Venice, where this work was realized. A number of relevant paintings were also shown in the Garter Lane Gallery during this event.

Dublin - April 2001

European Commissioner Christopher F Patten launched the book 'That Space Between' in the National Gallery, Friends House, 90 Merrion Square, Dublin. The book covers work over 20 years and contains some 80 colour plates with essays by many leading art critics and figures in the Irish world of art.

Brussels - September 2001

Carmel Mooney represented Ireland in the Murano Venezia Europa exhibition, in the European Parliament Building, which exhibited a work in glass by one artist from each of the 15 European countries and which and which travelled throughout Europe.

Rome - March 2000

By invitation of the Fondazione Murisa Bellisario works by Carmel Mooney were exhibited in the Museo Vittoriano in Rome in Spring 2000.

Dublin - June 2000

Presented a solo exhibition of work in the Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, as part of the Anna Livia International Opera Festival, to which she was artist-in-residence.

Volcanic Series

Painted at Fire Mountain, Lanzarote: Exhibited in Dublin in 1993 Exhibited in Dublin / Hong Kong in 1996

Painted at Mount Etna, Sicily, 1997-98: Exhibitions in Dublin & London in 1999

Volcanic Series Mount Etna: Exhibited Museo Vitteriano Rome, March 2000 Dublin, Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, June 2002 Waterford Garter Lane Gallery, July 2002