"After the hunt" by Pamela Silin-Palmer
An original piece of art in your home or workplace can be eye-catching; a quiet reflective piece that inspires contemplation. It is widely accepted that being surrounded by art increases your feeling of well-being. So, buy art - your life will be better!
There are many choices on view at The Kilkenny Art Gallery , a pop-up exhibition located at No.3 Johns Bridge (next door to Tynan's Bridge House Bar)
As well as featuring the work of many of Kilkenny's finest painters and sculptors there are also artists featured from other parts of the country and a number of international exhibitors.There is also a collection of fine porcelain , handmade in Kilkenny by ceramicist Peter Scroope
The artists include Ross Stewart, Ani Mollereau, Brock Butler, Maeve Doherty, Laurence O'Toole, Ramie Leahy, Mick Mulcahy , Frances Walsh, Mary Gaine, Sheila Cody, Helen Merrigan-Colfer, Michael McGuire, Janet Brabazon, Eoghan O'Driscoll, Pamela Silin-Palmer, Billy Moore, William Grace and Julie Moorhouse
This is an opportunity to see a very eclectic mix of different artistic styles and with a very wide prices ranging from prints at €25 , original artwork from €125 upward to collectors pieces costing several thousand euros , there is something for every taste and every budget
An artist-run exhibition, the gallery welcomes browsers as they have the philosophy that todays browser often becomes next years buyer and of course every visitor can help spread the word . The gallery is open every day until December 23rd from 11am to 6pm
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