Gail Boyajian, Peter Burns, Margaret Corcoran, and Jonathan Hunter
August 14 to September 10, 2015
Opening reception Saturday, August 15, 6 – 8 pm with guest speaker Patrick T. Murphy, Director, Royal Hibernian Academy.
Lost paradise, imaginary lands, utopia or dystopia, these are themes explored across art history. Here four very different artists present their own fantasy or allegorical landscapes.
To preview the exhibition, go here.
There are two fabulous new paintings by Maeve McCarthy in the gallery now.
Approaching Night, Brandon is a rare larger oil and tempera on panel (50 x 60 cm) and captures a North Kerry sunset.
Polke’s, Ballycastle is a smaller oil and tempera on panel (30 x 40 cm), and marks the closing of a vital pub in a small village.
July 17 to August 13, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 18 from 6 – 8 pm. Come meet the artist!
Michael Canning’s second solo show here features new paintings and several large drawings, all reflecting an atmosphere of stillness and wonder, an encompassing fascination with the natural world, and exceptional technique. Canning addresses themes concerning the relationship between imagery and its meanings, matter and its transformations, history, memory and fact.
To preview work from the show, go here.