The Apple of Molly’s Eye

By Irish America Staff
December / January 2005

Molly Shannon, husband Fritz Chestnut, and one-year-old daughter Stella pose at the Big Apple Fest exhibit ar the Orchard Gallery in New York City in October. The first annual Fest planted 300 fiberglass apples around the city. After two months on the streets, the apples, painted by artists from around the world, were sold at auction with proceeds benefiting the Police Athletic League, City Harvest and the NYC & Company Foundation. Shannon’s husband, who hails from England, planted one entitled “Continuous Wave.” ♦

Leave a Reply




Share



More Articles

News from Ireland:
October / November 2019

The latest goings on. ℘℘℘ Ireland is particularly exposed to economic turbulence from a no-deal...

More

Ireland Looks to Finances in 2025

Ireland’s Minister of State for Financial Services and Insurance, Michael D’Arcy, was in New York City on July 28...

More

President Higgins in the U.S.A.

President Michael D. Higgins was in New York in September for the United Nations General Assembly, where he attended...

More

"Dan Ward's Stack" by Rockwell Kent. Courtesy of the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Dan Ward’s Stack

From rural Donegal to Russia’s Hermitage Museum: the bizarre journey of an Irish landscape by an American...

More