McCahon

McCahon

(məˈkɑːn)
n
(Biography) Colin. 1919–87, influential New Zealand painter; noted esp for landscapes and bold abstract paintings, many featuring lettering and Christian imagery
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But Gary McCahon cut through to score an opportunistic goal for the home side slightly against the run of play.
The paintings by Colin McCahon and Stanley Palmer which appeared on the covers of Curnow's last two books were his choices and notably happy ones.
Another goal in the second half, scored by Gary McCahon, sealed the victory.
This pull towards a concern with representation's problem is an immense commonality between Curnow and Colin McCahon, for example.
Robert Howard, co-founder of Ionatron, has been named Chairman of the Board and Secretary, Thomas Dearmin, co-founder of Ionatron, has been named President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, and Joseph Hayden and Stephen William McCahon have each been named a Vice President.
Ten minutes into the second half substitute Gary McCahon sent man of the match Colin Gilmore racing past Albion's defence to put Kilroot in front for the first time.
Review of Rita: Seven Poems by Colin McCahon, edited with an Afterword and Notes by Peter Simpson (Wellington: Fernbank Studio, and Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2001); and Maurice Duggan, A Voice for the Minotaur: Selected Poems, edited by Ian Richards (Auckland: The Holloway Press, 2001).
Nothing gets more personal than the composition of a company's management and board of directors, but given the level of cynicism in the marketplace today, we should be taking extra steps to make sure the investment community has easy access to all relevant information," said Jane McCahon, consultant at Conway Communications and former chairperson of NIRI.
Gary McCahon replacing Chris Armstrong and Ian Banks coming on for Graham McCann.
Brasch, the secular literary rabbi, was crucial in shaping and interpreting a literary and artistic canon, as in his advocacy of Colin McCahon.
McCahon was Chairman of the Board from March 2001 to March
KILROOT Seconds finally got back on the wining trail at Dromore with goals from Chris Armstrong (2) Stephen McClean (2) Gary McCahon.