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An Exhibition of Work by the Kilbride Art Studio

The Kilbride Art Studio is proud to present, in association with Laois County Council and the Laois Bealtaine Festival 2015, the annual Kilbride Art Exhibition.

Arthouse Gallery, Stradbally, Co. Laois

7th May at 6:00 pm to 29th May 2015 at 12:00 am

Hosted by the Laois Arthouse, the exhibition will be officially launched by the Cathaoirleach of Laois County Council Mr John Joe Fennelly. The opening event takes place on Thursday 7th May at 6pm and all are welcome to join us at the Arthouse to view the wonderful work of the talented artists taking part.

The Artists: Charlotte Griffin, Mary Hurley, Peg Deffew, Celeste Sweetman, Mary Pollard, Sr Columbanas, Julia Booth, Phylis Bennett, Doris Flannery, Collette McCormack, Bruno Fualdes, Joe Tinkler, Mary Delaney, Sharon Gibson, Wendy Downs, Olivia Murray, Tony McCormack, Patricia Lodge, Eileen Dooley, Caroline Lantry. Betty Lalor.


Kilbride Art Studio has been running for the past 6 years, these classes are aimed to encourage all levels of artists who express themselves through many different mediums including paints, charcoal, pastels and clay. Class tutor Una McCormack established Kilbride art Studio through her great passion for art and seeing her students succeed and showcase their work makes her very proud.

Many of the works will be on sale on the night so come along and enjoy the show. Light refreshment will be served also.

The exhibition will be shown  from the 7th May -29th May- from 1pm-4pm daily (Monday-Friday), or outside those hours by special request. Further details from Muireann Ní Chonaill, Arts Officer at mnichona@laoiscoco.ie or telephone: 057-8664109/8664033.

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