Just launched, East Clare's very own Artist's Trail - Art in Studios.
12 artists and designers, from Killaloe to Whitegate, Scariff to Feakle, Flagmount to Ballinruan.
If you are looking for something interesting, a bit different, creative and inspiring then check us out:
Well, what a great experience it has been exhibiting at Birr Theatre and Arts Centre this summer. My show 'Open Skies', opened on the August bank holiday weekend and is set to run until October 19th. The paintings, all emotive responses exploring attachment to sky, sea and land, received a great response from the public and many sold. On top of that, the staff at the theatre have been so helpful and supportive. I am feeling blessed to have had such a positive experience!
Saturday afternoons starting Sept 20th
Art for Young People, 6 week term
2 pm - 4 pm
Suitable for 13 years +
€90- Basic Materials included
Art sessions totally dedicated to young people who really want to develop their art skills in an environment with others. We will cover a range of elements including tone and shading, proportion, observation, colour mixing, design and mark making whilst becoming familiar with, and experimenting with, different mediums. This course is designed to build confidence in ability and an open approach to art making.
The benefit of being part of a regular group is not just the weekly ...
'What's Left Behind' Art Exhibition by Emma Stewart-Liberty and myself.
Taking place at Clare Museum in Ennis, June 7th to 28th.
Opening reception Sat June 7th 12 - 2 pm, All Welcome.
Taking as their theme “what’s left behind” this exhibition brings together the work of two Clare based artists, Nathalie El Baba and Emma Stewart-Liberty. Nathalie’s work looks at the narrative of people’s lives, reﬂecting on the physical evidence of emigration represented by the empty bedrooms and left objects of Ireland’s young generation.
Emma’s work is about the close observation of the minutiae of plants, in particular those parts that often are dismissed and overlooked once the ...
A stunning art exhibition taking place at the moment in Mullingar by the very talented Patsy Preston. Inspired by the Festival of the Fires, of which she has been Artistic Director for several years, these beautiful paintings and sculpture are unique and well worth a visit. Check out the link below: