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  • Sveta Rumak exhibition at The Green Barn

    published in Sculptures, Events, Exhibitions, Art

    Irish Boys

    The Green Barn is excited to showcase the beautifully evocative work of Russian artist. Sveta Rumak’s enigmatic work is a rich synthesis of her unique visual vocabulary with medieval Russian iconoclasm. The canvases are inhabited by humans and animals rendered in an earthy palette, set against very stylised but highly textured backgrounds. Like medieval Orthodox icons, her people have enlarged almond eyes with an otherworldly cast and long straight noses. The elongated figures seem weightless, and float in a spiritual atmosphere of spacelessness, without mass or shadow-casting volume. Also typical of icons, Rumak juxtaposes flat figures in ornately patterned garments with more fully modelled heads.

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  • Birdwoods at Burtown Exhibition

    published in Sculptures, Events, Exhibitions, Videos, Art, Gardens

    Giraffe

    This September, Burtown House continues its connection with art of all kinds with an exhibition of 50 pieces of stunning Zimbabwean stone sculpture. On display from 8th September throughout the wonderful gardens of this 300-year old country house in County Kildare, the ‘Birdwoods at Burtown’ exhibition connects New Zealand, Zimbabwe and Ireland – through family association, a multigenerational inheritance of creativity, and a shared entrepreneurial spirit.

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  • Veg Art - The Botanical Watercolours of Christine Stephenson

    published in Flowers, Art

    You are warmly invited to view and enjoy this unique series of beautiful botanical vegetable prints in the perfect ambiance of The Green Barn Gallery & Restaurant.

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  • Original Water Colour Paintings by acclaimed botanical artist Wendy Walsh with portraits of Wendy by her daughter Lesley Fennell

    published in Flowers, Events, Exhibitions, Art

    Wendy Walsh painting by daughter Lesley Fennell

    Wendy Walsh was one of Ireland’s foremost botanical artists. She illustrated over a dozen botanical books, and designed postage stamps for the postal service of Ireland, and for Kiribati (formerly the Gilbert Islands). In addition she has worked with the late Sybil Connolly on fabric designs for Brunswick and Fils, and ceramics for Tiffany’s, including designs based on the flower collages of Mary Delany.

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  • Exhibition: CRUX, a Dialogue in Metal

    published in Events, Exhibitions, Art

    Gunvor Anhoj - Hare

    A Metalwork Exhibition With Gunvor Anhøj, Michael Calnan, Moss Gaynor, John Hogan and Jane Murtagh. April 4th - June 4th, 2017

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