Listed in The Sixth Edition of 'ADAMS, A Buyers Guide to Irish Art'
Lorna Millar was born in Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Her work focuses mainly on nostalgic windswept beach scenes, family outings and dance.
Lorna creates fluid images constructed with great energy by applying liberal amounts of thick colour with both brush and palette knife. Each stroke is carefully skilled to create a whole. The paint is often allowed to stand from the canvas which gives the work a unique tangible quality.
When viewing Lorna Millar's work one is immediately aware of the energy present.
Lorna’s love of her subject matter and her artistic talent combine to create highly collectible art works that enthrall and fascinate in a timeless manner.
As a result, Lorna Millar’s work can be found in Private and Public Collections in Ireland, Europe, America and in a select few galleries around the world.
23rd Nov 2011
New art by Vincent Crotty has now arrived at our gallery in Clonakilty.
Please feel free to come in and browse the display at your leisure.
24th Oct 2011
Mulled wine and mince pies at our Clonakilty gallery.
Join Us on Friday 25th November Feed your stamina for Christmas shopping and feed your soul.
The Buckley Affordable Art Fair
this November and December
Great prices and payment schemes on offer
3rd Oct 2011
This year’s Cork Jazz Festival is extra Funk-y with a specially commissioned oil on canvas painting by artist Mia Funk curated by Buckley Fine Art Galleries commemorating over 30 years of the festival. The painting features 21 of the top artists that have played over the years & is part of Funks highly acclaimed ‘audience series’ for which she won the Prix de Peinture at the Salon d’Automne de Paris 2009. The painting is on display in the window of Brown Thomas Cork for the week of the Jazz & a 'Jazz Greats' themed exhibition of Mia's work is on show at The Gallery Kinsale. www.thegallerykinsale.com
2nd Sep 2011
Exhibition, The Gallery Kinsale, Friday 7th October at 6pm
Paul Christopher Flynn is an Irish artist whose work has been described as contemplative, enigmatic and inspirational. His work has attracted the attention of critics such as Professor Amanda Croft, of Queens University, Belfast who wrote that the artists work is evocative of elemental forces and that a recent collection of landscape paintings fulfils this communicative role perfectly.I intend my paintings to invoke rather than to explain. I try to create a visual and emotional space in a painting in which both eye and mind may roam. I believe that my function as an artist is to encourage viewers to participate in the creative process, to explore and complete the paintings for themselves.
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A one day watercolour workshop with artist Annemarie Bourke in Kinsale on
Saturday September 10th.
Comprising a full day tuition where she will demonstrate:-
The use of a limited palette, painting water, boats, skies and figures in a simple step by step process.
You are guaranteed to finish the day refreshed, inspired with your own painting & ready to do it all again.
The course costs €50 & the materials to bring are -
Watercolour paper - recommended Arches 140 not.
A board; brushes; 2" masking tape white; 2b pencil; neutral tint & masking fluid.
Paints - Any artists quality, preferably tubes.
To book on this course please contact:
The Gallery Kinsale opp Tourist office on Pier road, Kinsale,
Buckley fine Art, Clonakilty at 023 8821929
Or Ken @ 087 929 0907