Blue House Gallery in September

Veronica Evans – Road over the Mountains

There’s still plenty of sunshine around for the last shows of the season for Blue House Gallery in Schull. Opening on Friday, September 2 and running until Wednesday, September 14 is (on the ground floor) Elke Thonnes’s exhibition ‘Seeking the Light’ – monoprints focusing mainly on the coastline around Dublin and the west of Ireland. Originally from landlocked Cologne, some 30 years later and the sea still holds an endless fascination for Elke. Also on the ground floor is Veronica Evans with her beautiful lush landscape paintings from her travels, in this case the Caribbean and West Cork.

Upstairs is Dominic Fee, his exhibition, titled ‘Hand picked’, is an ongoing series of lithographs featuring drawings of artists’ hands, which he considers to be a form of portraiture. Also upstairs is a small group exhibition of Gallery Artists with plenty of variety!

Next, and finally for the season, is a group show of gallery artists throughout the building, opening Friday, September 16 and running until September 28. As usual there is a huge selection of work from the artists including paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, photography and screen prints, do go along and get your ‘art fix’ to take you through the next couple of months until Blue House Gallery opens again mid November.

WCP Staff

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