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IRISH ARTISTS living in Berlin, a host of major names in the Irish art world, and numerous emerging young talent are exhibiting across Galway city.
KENNETH WEBB first walked into Kenny’s on High Street in 1953, starting a partnership which has endured between artist and gallery for 60 years.
An interesting art exhibition showcasing the work of Eileen Joyce will run at Renzo Cafe in Eyre Street until Tuesday October 22. Eileen Joyce began her artistic endeavours on an art course in Rathmines in the early sixties and then went on to study in Fr Griffin Road Technical College in Galway and GMIT.
THE GREAT Kenneth Webb returns to The Kenny Gallery for his latest exhibition, Portach, which will be officially opened this Saturday at 2pm.
Jennifer Johnston, Eugene McCabe, Theo Dorgan, and Dermot Healy, will be among the 70 major Irish writers coming to Kenny’s to help the bookshop celebrate 70 years in business.
Dolan’s Art Auctions will return to the Marriott Hotel, Galway, this Sunday, when more than 200 paintings will go under the hammer at the new earlier start time of 3pm. As always, this is likely to be a very popular and well received event.
BLUE DOOR Studio is the title of a new exhibition which opens in The Kenny Gallery, Liosbán, this Saturday at 2pm.
The country’s attics and cow sheds are holding an enormous amount of valuable antiques, a KIlcolgan-based auctioneer said this week ahead of a major auction in the village on Monday next.
Leading Galway and national artists such as Kenneth Webb, Aideen Barry, and John Behan are taking part in this year’s Claregalway Educate Together NS art auction.
More than 50 well known artists will take part in an art auction next month to raise funds for the Claregalway Educate Together national school (CETNS)