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EXHIBITIONS

Current Exhibition

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Mixed Group Spring Exhibition

At Irish Cultural Center, Hammersmith, 5 Black’s Road, London W69DT. Viewings by appointment.

Featured artists: Lisa Ballard, Brian Ballard, Jean Bardon, Cloe Cloherty, Comhghall Casey, Orla De Bri,Margaret Egan, James McKeown, Victor Richardson, Norman Teeling, and JB Vallely.

The exhibition runs until te 1st of July 2017.

Past Exhibition

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 Jb Vallely & Lorcan Vallely at New City Hall

14th -31st March 2017 .

Viewing daily: Mon-Thus 8am-6pm Friday 8am-5.30pm

First Floor Viewing Gallery,  City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA

Included as part of St Patrick’s Day, London Festival 2017

Past Exhibitions

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‘Revisiting Past Masters: Still Life and Portraits’

In collaboration with 12 Star Gallery, Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU, the exhibition will run from 10th – 18th November

In this exhibition, Still life and portraiture come to life through a refined use of light and colour to give the viewer a realistic yet impressive work of art. The technical ability of these Irish artists reference in most cases, the continental influence of the 17th century Dutch school while the vibrant colours used by Anthony Murphy are inspired by the post-impressionist French painters of the late 19th and early 20th century. Artists include Anthony Murphy, Comghall Casey, Ian McAllister, Ken Hamilton, Philip Lindey and Martin Mooney

View details here

The Shopping Trip £ 6500 oc 21x 29in

Annual Summer Exhibition

7th July to 31st August 2016 at the Barbara Stanley Gallery

A mixed group exhibition featuring works by Victor Richardson, Jimmy Lawlor, James MacKeown, Anthony Murphy, Margaret Egan, Cloe Cloherty, Brian and Lisa Ballard

Spring Mixed Group Exhibition

13th – 30th April 2016 at The Barbara Stanley Gallery

Introducing Irish Photographer Gillian Hyland
Artists featured: Jimmy Lawlor, Anthony Murphy Victor Richardson and John Short