As a follow on to our article Top 7 Galleries in Dublin – PART 1, here are the next 3 Dublin art galleries.
For the first 4 Galleries take a look at our article: Top 7 Galleries in Dublin – PART 1
Location: 56 Francis Street, Dublin 8.
A new Dublin Gallery which opened in November 2007. It contains collections of paintings, ceramic art, photography, art glass and wood sculpture.
Artists featured include, Ann Maria Bridges, Bernadette Doolan, and
Current exhibition is Philosophical Absurdity and Surreal Abstraction with works by Brigit Beemster and Keith Richardson.
Sugar and Spice – and exhibition of works by 6 Irish lady artists including
Maura Fahy, Hilary Nunan and Elsie Sheridan.
Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5.30pm.
Some Sundays from 2pm to 6pm (please check).
Services offered: Gift vouchers, wedding lists, private evening viewings, home visits (Dublin area only)
Location: 10 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3.
Blue Leaf is an art gallery supporting new and established Irish and International artists.
Artists who have exhibited at the gallery include Margo Banks, John Duffy, Olga Fitzpatrick and Marty Kelly.
Achievements: Blue Leaf Gallery artists feature highly in the 2009 Oxfam calendar. Blue Leaf Gallery artists have also featured in “the white book essential interiors”
Open Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm
Saturday 12pm to 4pm
Appointments also available.
Location: 65 Merrion Square South, Dublin 2.
Exhibiting Irish contemporary art.
Current exhibition: Winter collection showing until February 2009. Artists featured include Mark Ryan, Ana Duncan, Lisa Sweeney and many more.
Upcoming events: Spring at the Hallward – running from February to May 2009.
Opening times: 11am to 5.30pm Tuesday to Friday
Saturday 12.30pm to 4.30pm
We hope you enjoy your tour of Dublin’s art galleries.
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