Rachel Ballagh - Jacqueline O'Driscoll - Sarah Walker
An exhibition of the works of artists Rachel Ballagh and Jacqueline O'Driscoll, works on paper and cyanotype. This spring we have a selection of works by artists based in Cork and Kerry. Ballagh's works on paper are detailed and meticulously rendered. O'Driscoll's pristine cyanotypes of fauna and the natural world offer the viewer a moment of peace and contemplation in the surroundings of the gallery.
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In the mezzanine upstairs overlooking the main gallery there is a shop with a wide selection of ceramics and design, including Cormac Boydell's plates, the Connolly Brothers' locally made wood turned bowls and dishes, Chloe Dowds pots and cups, Adele Stanley vases, Siobhan Steele bottles, and Melania Lynch sculptures. We also carry a lovely collection of Jenny Richardson's 'critters'; hand painted pieces of driftwood in various animal and bird shapes.
There are also art books, poetry books, novels and the 2019 Gallery Diary, along with a large variety of cards and mini reproductions of Sarah Walker paintings. Everything here is available in the online gallery and can be purchased online.
See what's upstairs in the online gallery
Carol Reid White from May 11th 2019
Carol Reid White Collage Works on Paper. Carol Reid White is an American collage artist and retired museum art educator living in Ireland for many years. She produces colourful, often humorous collages using human figures and scenes from the natural world, often with a beach setting. She has been working on this particular body of work over the past 7 years. The modern world is juxtaposed with images from classical art.
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Tom de Paor from August 3rd 2019
Tom de Paor Watercolours from August 3rd 2019
We are delighted to announce an upcoming exhibition of Tom de Paor's watercolours on paper. Tom de Paor is best known as one of Ireland's leading architects, however he is also a watercolour artist. His work will be on show in the gallery this upcoming August. de Paor was born in London in 1967. He completed a BA in architecture in UCD and has been practising since 1991.
Read more: Tom de Paor from August 3rd 2019