Year: 2020

Ed Quinn

Ed Quinn is a professional portrait painter, figurative and conceptual artist working mostly in oil and acrylics. Art Currently Available at Draíocht

Ailbhe Barrett

Ailbhe Barrett is an award winning professional painter working as both a figurative and conceptual artist.At 188th RHA Annual Exhibition Ailbhe earned peer recognition with the ESB Keating Award and Silver Medal for an outstanding art work  for Presence. Lately in the Graphic Studio Dublin, Ailbhe explores the relationship between etching, drawing and painting and the …

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Christmas Countdown Continues

Covid-19 or not, the Countdown to Christmas ticks away. Soon Santa will be here. Time to shop safely in Draíocht. Plenty of room to find your 2 meters.Late opening Friday 18th and Saturday 19th.

Figure Kneeling by Clodagh Redden

This gorgeous female ceramic figure kneeling in contemplation on a solid oak block, staring into a golden bowl. Unique and unusual composition sculpted by Clodagh Redden.

Gavin Hogg

Gavin Hogg studied in Limerick School of Art and Design (Ireland) from 1983-87, going on to complete a Masters Degree in Birmingham (England) in 1988. He has exhibited widely and won numerous awards (EVA award winner ’93) and achieved wide critical appreciation for his work. Hogg’s work is included in many public and private collections. …

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Josephine Geaney

Josephine Geaney graduated from Limerick School of Art and Design in 2008 with an Honours Degree in Fine Art Painting. Since graduating she has added Printmaking and Photography to her work practice, specialising in the mediums of mono printing and silk screen printing pulled together with the practice of painting. While at LSAD Josephine received …

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Grainne Watts

Gráinne Watts’ current work features a collection of thrown vessels and a series of sculptural forms in porcelain and stoneware. She is inspired by the natural world, the landscape around her and nature photography. Over the years, Watts has cultivated a visual and tactile vocabulary that feeds into the development of her ideas and reflects …

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Roger Harley

Roger always had an interest in working with shape and design and works to combine the two techniques, so that what result is not merely an piece of pottery, but a form of sculpture that can be admired for it’s balance and movement in decoration. It can move from having a two dimensional surface to …

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John Sherlock

John Sherlock is an Irish born man from Limerick city. He was first introduced to pottery whilstin South Africa where he lived for 27 years. John spent 7 years working with a local potterbefore creating a business with his partner. When returning home to Limerick in 1999 Johnenrolled in the Limerick College of Art and …

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Hedi ONeill

Hedi works with clay and colour making a range of ceramic tableware in iconic shapes and forms – each pot uniquely, brightly hand-painted to create a distinct functional piece. She lives and works in Dingle on the Wild Atlantic west coast of Ireland for over 20 years.  Essentially a fishing and farming village, Dingle is …

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