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  • Art in the Garden: Burtown House and Gardens

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

    Painting in the garden

    The third exhibition of Art in the Garden will be held this September at Burtown.

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  • Veg Art by Botanical Artist Christine Stephenson

    published by James Fennell in Exhibitions, Art

    Veg Art - CHRISTINE STEPHENSON

    These unique and beautiful prints by botanical artist Christine Stephenson are now available to buy at The Green Barn with an ongoing exhibition which features inspiring picture hangs.

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  • The Carlow Garden Festival

    published in Flowers, Sculptures, Events, Exhibitions, Music, Recipes, Gardens

    Adam Frost

    This years exciting Carlow Garden Festival runs from Friday July 27th until Monday August 6th

    With a great line up of talks with many of Ireland and the UK’s top gardening experts in some of Ireland’s finest gardens. This is not to be missed.

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  • Rare and Special Plant Fair

    published in Flowers, Events, Exhibitions, Food, Gardens

    Burtown House,

    Burtown House and Gardens hosts the Rare and Special Plant Fair, in association with Bord Bia Sunday 13th May 2018.

    Over 40 stalls of rare and unusual plants

    Expert advise from growers

    Exhibition of botanical work by acclaimed botanical artist Wendy Walsh at The Green Barn Restaurant, Shop and Gallery

    10 acres of flower, woodland and vegetable gardens with large sculpture set in old parkland

    The award winning Green Barn Restaurant

    Burtown House is an early 17th century house that has never changed hands with strong Quaker heritage

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  • Sveta Rumak exhibition at The Green Barn

    published in Sculptures, Events, Exhibitions, Videos, 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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