Saturday, September 8, 2012

Culture Night Ireland

The Back Lane Artists are pulling out the stops on the 21st of September for Culture Night http://www.culturenight.ie/

The Gallery Space is huge so the is plenty of space showcase the beautiful art of Kerry.  19 artist from Kerry and Cork will have Landscapes,Portraits and contemporary art on show.

During the day we will have demonstrations from our artists.
Robin Alger will be doing a pottery exhibition from 4pm  until 5pm
Tina Reed will be showing us how to use a pallet knife from 5:30pn until 6:30 pm
We will have Live Tradition Music featuring on of our artists Ronnie Moore from 7pm until 10pm along with our wine reception.

Deborah O'Keeffe has been working on her exhibitions of Portraits. Titled:  People of Ireland. 
Deborah O'Keeff
http://deborahokeeffe.blogspot.ie/p/portraits-of-ireland.html
Passing Time
14" x18" Oil
There will be 25 portraits in this series.  10 have been completed and can be seen on the night before going to New York for her exhibition there.

Artist Ronnie Moore, Tina Reed, Terese O'Keeffe, Christoper O'Connor and Oliva O'Carra have all been painting and will have there new work on the night.  An exciting addition is artist  Elhaje Conde his work based on his his African roots are vibrant and textural.  They are a must see!  Roman Rocco Burgan, has 20 pastels in this show and his work it full of colour concentrating on the drama of the Kerry Landscape.
Roman Rocco Burgen


 Gearoid O'Duinnin has been working on his upcoming solo exhibition and will have  several of his new works on display.
                                                               Geroid O'Duinnin



This is an exciting exhibition of profecional artists from around Kerry and a must see!!

Please Join us for in celebration Culture in Killarney! 

For further information, Please contact Deborah O'Keeffe 0873212948
dpokeeffe3@yahoo.ie

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