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In the Frame:  Art at Mason Hayes & Curran, Cian O’Daly

10 October 2018

We are fortunate to have one of the most important corporate art collections of Irish and International contemporary art in Dublin. Included in the collection is “Green 2552 (2012)” by Gareth Jenkins. 

Cian O'Daly, Senior Marketing Communications Executive in our Marketing team, tells us why he has chosen this piece:

"This painting by Gareth Jenkins catches my eye every time I pass it. To me, the painting represents a man-made structure of some description, but one that has been fused with nature through his use of green. The object is multi-dimensional, making it a feast for the eyes in terms of depth and perspective. Overall, the scaffold-like architecture of interconnected joins and supports focuses my mind on the importance of maintaining one’s own stability in life and how this can be achieved by relying on the support of our network of friends and family."

Support of the visual arts is a large part of our CSR strategy and we are proud to sponsor the Royal Hibernian Academy’s (RHA) art education programme, which works with three schools in our local Ringsend area and allows children to learn about and interact with art. Support of the visual arts is a large part of our CSR strategy and we are proud to sponsor the Royal Hibernian Academy’s (RHA) art education programme, which works with three schools in our local Ringsend area and allows children to learn about and interact with art. 

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