UPCOMING EVENT

Drawing – Exhibition

Feb 28 – Mar 13 2020

featuring

Nicholas B Robinson, Laura Cronin, Jenny Fox & Others

This exhibition offers a unique insight into how the artist works and thinks. The drawings are beautiful works in their own right their choice of medium commonly as a painter. Often drawings are not intended for public display but a mere study for a particular work. The Wilton is delighted to devote this exhibition to drawings, to quote Salvador Dali – “ drawing is the honesty of art. There is no possibility of cheating. It is either good or bad”

The works will be of different sizes, medium, and prices.

Study 1, Ritika

Other upcoming exhibitions

Mark P Cullen – Solo Exhibition 2020

Mar 27 – Apr 2020

The Wilton Gallery are delighted to announce the first major exhibition devoted to Mark P Cullen in ten years. The Mark P Cullen, Solo Exhibition 2020 explores Cullen as a painter focusing on using the technique of impasto to its limits. These abstract paintings create three dimensional like tapestry that tease the viewer to engage in their form. Other works depict scenes along the Dublin coastline close to his studio.

Mark P Cullen, Winter Shades Coliemore
Mark P Cullen, Yellow Grid

Connections

15 May 2020 – 29 May 2020

featuring

Nicky Kruseman & retrospective of Neil O’Kennedy

The Wilton gallery is proud to host this important exhibition. This is a joint show.

Wilton Gallery is delighted to present works by the late Neil O’Kennedy (1923 – 2010). Niel O’Kennedy was an Irish painter and sculptures who during his lifetime rarely exhibited any of his works. He did exhibit alongside leading visual Irish artists; Francis Bacon, Louis Le Broqucy, and Patrick Scott, who were major figures on the international art stage. We are delighted to available to buy, exceptional limited editions prints reproduced exclusively by Wilton.

We would not be able to bring this important exhibition to our visitor’s without the consent of the Kennedy family. Connections is about Niel O’Kennedy and his influence on his daughter, Nicky Kruseman. Wilton gallery is delighted to present her latest works alongside him.