Winter Catch Up
Mary Neville’s exhibit ‘in the elements’ continues until Sunday May 13th. Her current work reflects the ever changing light and weather of the Dingle Peninsula
Finally, finally our hands have thawed and we have put together the February newsletter. Plenty of fresh art from existing and new artists to Draíocht. We find it very difficult to keep the ‘scent of Adare Manor’ namely, La Bougie in stock, particularly the Mission Fig scent. Bronze sculptures and ceramic shelves have been replenished introducing a few new artists.
New oils on canvas available to view in Adare Gallery.
Milking Time.Images of the Past.The Old Thatch,
Images of the Irish rural landscape by one of Ireland’s premier artists Jimmy Brohan.
Beautiful depiction of times past, probably never revisited and those fond memories of yesteryear.
NEWSLETTER DEC 2017
Art Class registration
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Beautiful new art works from John Hurley available in Draíocht Adare.
Original paintings from Tralee based John Hurley. Stunning interpretations along the Wild Atlantic seafront.
Professional artist John Hurley is a graduate of The National College of Art & Design, Dublin and is based full-time in County Kerry where the rugged coastline of the region informs his landscape painting.
He is a highly collectible artist according to the Sunday Independent art critic and his work is in many collections both in Ireland and abroad.Share this