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We are delighted to announce that our annual Art at Christmas Exhibition will take place this year virtually. As with previous years, it will be a wonderful opportunity to view work from new artists and we are very pleased to feature seven emerging artists this year. All pieces in the virtual exhibition are for sale, commission-free, directly from the artists. You can view a short video featuring the artists below and full details of all the pieces and how to buy are in the catalogue.

Featured Artists:

Margo Banks

Hares in Blue

The role of drawing is fundamental to Margo's work, and are sometimes prefaces to her paintings. Based in Dublin she draws on the landscape and wildlife of the South West. Family and a sense of place haunts her work.

Rachel Clarke


Rachel's paintings are largely concerned with the with human condition, human experience and empathy. Her work has been exhibited in a number of galleries in both Dublin and London.

Stephen Doyle

Portrait of a Family, Exterior

Diversity and queer identity are at the core of Stephen’s practice often expressed through drawing, painting, and installation. He exclusively portrays LGBTQI+ individuals within his work in an effort to establish a queer narrative within the visual arts.

Alva Gallagher


Alva's work involves a continuous exploration of oceanic movements and elements. Based in Donegal, she began to explore the deep sea at a young age and adores the solitude experienced in the depths of the water.

Jordan Hill

Through the lens of my parent, 2020

Jordan’s paintings and prints are grounded in the exploration of untamed, wild Irish landscapes. She recently graduated from Limerick School of Art with a B.A (Hons.) in Fine Art.

Francis Matthews


Francis works primarily with the traditions of painting, and his practice is informed by light, architecture and the phenomenology of place. His work is almost always absent of people, describing places of neglect, or moments of silence in otherwise inhabited locations.

Emma O'Hara

Rays II

Emma works with photography, collage and screen print. She takes inspiration from everyday encounters with landscape, architecture and the urban environment.

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