Thursday February 27, 2020

Gorse Hill scion O’Donnell realises his artistic ambitions

O’Donnell is one of ‘The Four Horsemen’ exhibiting at a new London platform called Harbingers

18th February, 2018
Blake O’Donnell, the eldest son of ex-bankrupt developer Brian O’Donnell, is described as ‘an Irish artist and a man of letters’ in promotional material Pic: Courtpix

Blake O’Donnell, the son of Gorse Hill ex-bankrupts Brian and Mary Patricia O’Donnell, appears to be directing his focus away from his solicitor’s practice and his political aspirations in favour of a life in the arts.

O’Donnell is one of ‘The Four Horsemen’ exhibiting at a new London platform called Harbingers, which describes itself on its website as “a game changing exhibition platform for emerging artists and counter cultural...

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