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Print, painting & photography at Blue House Gallery, Schull

Four of Ireland’s most well known print artists, Yoko Akino, Jean Bardon, James McCreary and Ruth O’Donnell are showing at Blue house Gallery (26 August — 08 September) with an exhibition of remarkable skill and artistry in the realm of etching, monoprint and mezzotint, skills that have been honed to a high degree of perfection by the dedication of consummate professionals. All the artists are members of Graphic Studio Dublin, the oldest and

New exhibitions at the West Cork Arts Centre

Tomasz Madajczak Neomorph Gallery II 30 April to 21 May 2016 Opening Friday 29 April at 7.00pm Beginning with his four month residency at Uillinn in the winter of 2015, West Cork-based artist Tomasz Madajczak has created a body of work for exhibition entitled Neomorph. This series of photoworks and animations observe Uillinn both as a vantage point from which the town of Skibbereen and its environs can be observed

Opening of two new exhibitions at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre

A LARGE crowd attended the opening of two new exhibitions at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre recently. In the James O’Driscoll Gallery is Nearshore an exhibition of paintings and ceramics by well known local based artists, Cormac Boydell, John Kingerlee, Kate Standen and Karen Hendy. Nearshore is an exhibition of work inspired by the coastline of peninsulas, estuaries, harbours and islands along the west Cork and South Kerry, where sea and

All systems go as Uillinn, the new West Cork Arts Centre opens to the public

Fourth Space, the inaugural exhibition at Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre’s new building, opens on Saturday 31st January 2015. Fourth Space comprises sculptural and installation work by nine leading artists based in Ireland: David Beattie, Karl Burke, Rhona Byrne, Maud Cotter, Angela Fulcher, Mark Garry, Caoimhe Kilfeather, Dennis McNulty, and Liam O’Callaghan. Opening the exhibition is Sam Thorne, Artistic Director of Tate St Ives, with guest speakers Cllr Alan Coleman,