Clare Hartigan is a graduate of Limerick Art College and represented by the prestigious and internationally recognised Duke Street gallery in Dublin. My paintings are worked in a drawn style which has come from the use of bitumen in printmaking. I love the energy of this method of painting/drawing. It is very fluid and often dictates the direction a painting takes. Jungian Philosophy seems to be consistent with the way my work has progressed over the years. Hartigan works
Next Wednesday February 19th at 8pm in the Rugby Club, Kanturk Arts Festival Programme 2020 will be launched by Bernard Moynihan MCC, chairman of Mallow-Kanturk Municipal Council. On the night there will be music and refreshments will be served. A great deal of work has gone into making this year’s festival an exciting one. Please support the festival by attending on the night. We look forward to seeing you there. Free admission.
Bernadette Tuite After many years in California where Bernadette worked as a boat captain, and her ambition to obtain an art degree Bernadette began her journey by setting up a ceramic studio in her native Co. Meath in 2011. To improve her knowledge in 2012 she obtained a place with the Pottery Skills and Design Course offered by the Design and Crafts Council of Ireland in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. This course qualified Bernadette
Lynda Horgan is an Irish artist, born and raised in Killarney, Co. Kerry, she studied Fine art in Limerick Institute of Technology. Since that date, she has exhibited widely, the most recent being in the Courthouse Gallery in Ennistymon, her works have been published and can be found in many private collections. A bit about her Process Lynda works mainly in mixed media, cold wax and oil paint. The physical process within my practice involves