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Handcrafted jewellery, paper quilling artwork, baby knitwear, decoupage, ceramics and wooden crafts are just some of the stunning pieces on offer at the brand new Glass Factory Craft Village at Galway Irish Crystal.
A priest is appealing to mindless vandals, who are continuously breaking a valuable window at a city centre church, to consider the impact of their actions. There has been 20 separate incidents recorded at the Augustinian Church over the past 18 months.
Swarovski, the brand synonymous with luxury, elegance, and sparkle, is now available in Fallers Jewellers.
A stained glass course will take place on November 16, 17, and 18 in The Glasshouse Westport. This course covers the two basic methods of putting glass together to make stained glass panels. No experience or artistic ability is expected. Most participants will be beginners. The price of €280 includes all glass and materials and endless cups of coffee. www.blueglasshouse.com.
If anyone knows anything about selling Christmas gifts, it is Fallers. They have this year renovated the store at Williamsgate Street, so now not alone has the store got a complete new shop front but the interior has been upgraded. This 132-year-old store has always been known for its vast selection of jewellery, gifts, and watches.
Custom House Studios Westport Quay with Westport Arts Festival 2011 is hosting two new exhibitions, Glass Flowers by Emma Bourke which runs until October 23, and The Past is Another Country by Jackie Nickerson which runs until October 16.
The Painter’s Palette Gallery and Studio in Moycullen will host a one-day stained glass course with stained glass artist Deirdre Cairns.
This Saturday the Moycullen Shopping Centre will host the next of the monthly Cearnog Nua Crafts fairs.
Over the last 75 years, Mealys Fine Art have brought to the market some of the most interesting and unique pieces of fine art and antiques that Ireland has ever seen on behalf of their extensive list of clients.
This Friday evening, the National Craft Gallery invites you for a glass of wine and an informal tour of the current exhibition, On the Edge.