Suburban Narratives - Mary Burke.
Four Eyes Minus Two - Annie Harrison.
Three Solo Exhibitions
3rd March - 2nd April 2016
Exhibitions open on Thursday at 6pm
All Welcome - Light Refreshments served
Gallery open Mon - Sat 10am to 5pm
From Dec 10th, 2015 To Jan 10th, 2016
'A lonely impulse of delight' was an exhibition of fine art prints created by SO Fine Art Editions to celebrate Yeats2015. The association between Cuala Press and WB Yeats was crucial to how printmaking subsequently developed in Ireland. This exhibition celebrated that visual-literary link by bringing some of Ireland’s foremost printmakers and painters together with some of our most renowned writers.
Each artist responded to a piece of Yeats’ poetry by making an image or with written text. Among the participating artists and writers were Donald Teskey, Hughie O’Donoghue, Richard Gorman, John Banville and Paul Muldoon.
The main purpose of this project was to bring WB Yeats to contemporary audiences through the work of living artists and writers.
Please contact us if you require any details about the art-works from this exhibition.
Our 2016 programme includes solo exhibitions from Emma Stroude, Diarmuid Delargy, Charles Harper and Eoin Mac Lochlainn.
We have a number of joint shows, Niall Naessens alongside Daniel Lipstein in February, Petra Berntsson and Cora O'Brien showing with Michael Wann in March, Mary Burke and Annie Harrison feature in April, Naomi Draper with Mark Garry in July and Pat Harris alongside Linda Ruttelynck in November.
We will have two large Invited Artists exhibitions. "A Terrible Beauty is Born" is a response by the visual artist of Ireland to the W B Yeats poem Easter 1916. In December we will run our fifth annual invited artists exhibition.
Our exhibition launch nights are open to all to attend. We do send out an email invitation for each opening and will happily include you if you wish to subscribe to our email database.
Scroll down through the exhibition blurbs on this page and if you have an interest in any of the artists who are exhibiting with us throughout 2016, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Hamilton Gallery hosts a rolling collection of the finest Irish art. Our catalogue is drawn primarily from the evolving work of the artists who have previously exhibited at Hamilton Gallery. But it includes many other leading Irish artists as well. A limited selection of the collection is available for on-line purchase in this section of our website.
Please do browse through our archive pages as well. If you encounter artworks in the archive which you are interested in, but which do not appear in this section, please don't hesitate to contact us. It is quite likely we will be able to source the art work for you if we don't already have it in our collection. .
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Here we will keep you posted with our exhibition openings and other events taking place at Hamilton Gallery. We'll include many of the other arts events taking place around Sligo too.
Hamilton Gallery runs a variety offsite exhibitions and events in galleries and arts venues each year, in association with arts festivals and other cultural highlights taking place in Sligo.