NOW ON | WINTER GROUP SHOW
Exhibiton Dec – Jan 2021 (due to covid this is extended to Feb 2021)
Wilton Gallery is pleased to present a winter group show. Showcasing new and exciting works by Helen Pomphrey, Jenny Fox, Nicholas B Robinson, Diane Kingston, and David Hedderman and many more.
Watch here a short film entitled “Jenny Fox in conversation”
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COVID restrictions on opening on site as follow:
As from 1 Jan – 31 Jan 2021 we will be closed on site to the public.
We will continue to provide you with:
– art consultancy advice
– operate online
– co-ordinate click and collect
– viewing by private appointment
– live virtual viewing on request
– artwork in our windows to keep your spirits up
– private visits can be arranged
– free home workplace delivery (greater Dublin area)
We hope you and your loved ones have stayed safe and healthy throughout these extraordinary times.
Looking forward to seeing you soon
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The Gallery will also be closed until the 7th Jan 2021 and resume normal opening hours.
Exhibition | Mark P Cullen | Textures | Nov 22 – Dec 7
We are delighted to extend and continue to exhibit available artworks from this exhibition in the gallery Mark P Cullen, “Textures”, November 22 – December 7. Click here for enquires. Read here the Artistic Licence: Mark P Cullen | The Gloss Magazine
We are thrilled to announce following on from her very successful exhibition “Coastal” that Stephanie had been awarded the Future Makers Award by the Design and Craft Council of Ireland. This is one of the largest prize-funded award programmes in Europe and provides support for 10 emerging makers and 10 students every year. We are thrilled to see the continued support by the Irish Design and Crafts Council.
There remains still a few exclusive limited editions of coastal screenprints by Stephaine Sloan in the images entitled Vico, Forty Foot and Howth.
Wilton Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of John Fitzgerald.
Among the most significant contemporary artist to rise to prominence in Ireland in Equine art. As an artist in resident at the Curragh Racetrack, he found his work ranging from paintings in the field, on the racetrack, to the paddock. His formal training has allowed him to develop a strong understanding of drawing & design and the different techniques used in completing a piece from initial concept sketches, observation and studying 3-dimensional form. Having spent his life surrounded by horses, he knows them well. He continues to paint them whether they are in the field or on the racecourse, with an uncanny ease of capturing their movement. He also diversifies into hounds,/dogs, bovine, portraits and landscapes.
The gallery is delighted to exhibit a collection of his work.