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FULL CIRCLE may be the name of a long forgotten post-Jim Morrison album by The Doors but it is also the title of an exhibition by abstract artist Selma McCormack, which is certain to make an impact when it opens tomorrow.
ANOTHER VERSION Of The Happy Ending, a new exhibition by the Kerry artist Michael Flaherty, depicts the landscape and native fauna of the artist’s home county of Kerry.
HE PLAYED his 300th game for Connacht Rugby last weekend, and now province captain, John Muldoon, is declared and celebrated as 'The Gladiator', in a new exhibition depicting some of the city's famous faces.
Moods, Memories, and Mayo is the title of a new exhibition of paintings by Paul Guilfoyle which is currently running at the Kenny Gallery and continues until Friday December 23. It is Guilfoyle’s ninth solo show at the Kenny Gallery, a relationship that goes all the way back to 1993 and his debut exhibition, Looking West.
MOODS, MEMORIES, and Mayo, a new exhibition of works by Paul Guilfoyle, features, despite its title, landscapes from Galway, Down, and Laois, as well as Mayo.
MALAYSIAN BORN Australian artist Stef Callaghan and County Antrim's George Callaghan are known for their vibrant, colourful, and distinctive style of painting, and Galway will be able to see both exhibit together.
THE BURREN, Ireland's strangest and most fascinating landscape, one of the world's finest examples of a glacio-karst landscape, is the subject of a new exhibition in The Kenny Gallery.
AS ELECTION placards leer at us from every lamp-post, and vote-wheedling leaflets are daily stuffed through our letterboxes, The Kenny Gallery’s new exhibition of Irish political posters, flyers, and assorted ephemera from down the years, could hardly be more topical.
THE KENNY Gallery and Bookshop has reached its 75th year in business and to mark this platinum milestone, it hosts an exhibition, celebrating through 75 different objects, the fascinating history of this family-owned Galway institution.
Artists can be very awkward at times. They don’t always conform to decisions made on their behalf. They rarely behave nicely if they disagree with authority.