Interviewed by Richard West
Location: Artist's home, Belfast
Date: February 2014

Still taken from: 'Art of the Troubles - Mary McIntyre'

Still taken from: 'Art of the Troubles - Mary McIntyre'

Chapter 18:

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Chapter 18 Synopsis:

  • Teaching has helped her as an artist.
  • It's not about liking or not liking students work.
  • She's really talking to students about their development.
  • Generally doesn't use herself or her work in teaching.
  • Her own work is intuitive and students can be too.
  • Less concerned about the reception of her work.
  • Has received negative feedback.
  • Not making work to please audience.
  • Many have written about the work and it has a life of its own.
  • Art world can be very faddy.

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