The Club’s 140th Annual Exhibition opened on Sunday afternoon in the excellent Liffey Corner Gallery space in the CHQ Building on Custom House Quay. The Exhibition was opened by Eamon O’Reilly, CEO of the Dublin Port Company who spoke of the historical development of Dublin Port and his wish to develop its cultural link to…
Dublin Painting and Sketching Club’s 140th annual exhibition will be held at in CHQ, in the IFSC, in Dublin city centre from April 15 to 29th 2018, exhibiting 170 paintings from the clubs 70+ members. On October 20, 1874, in Westland Row, a group of artists started the Dublin Painting and Sketching Club. Among them…
Opening this evening, all welcome- A DUAL EXHIBITION – A group exhibition of artists who are members of both The United Arts Club and Dublin Painting & Sketching Club Exhibition Will Be Opened By Aidan Hickey President Of Dublin Painting And Sketching Club On Thursday 29th March At 8pm Continuing till 15th April…
Linda Condon-Damien Davey-Brian Gallagher-John O’Sullivan-Fred Reilly
To be opened by
Angel Loughrey- Art Collector
Thursday 2nd November 2017
Ranelagh Arts Centre
until 12th November 2017
Tues to Sat: 12:00- 6:30pm
Sunday: 12:00- 4:00pm
A number of events will be run in conjunction with the 2017 exhibition. These include an artist at work on a painting during the exhibition, Painting Critiques for amateur artists. Oil and watercolour painting demonstrations and Guided tours.
A number of events will be run in conjunction with the 2016 exhibition. These include an artist at work on a painting during the exhibition, Painting Critiques for amateur artists. Oil and watercolour painting demonstrations, Guided tours and a drawing session to celebrate National Drawing Day.
Dublin Painting and Sketching Club Pre-Exhibition Launch at the City Assembly House, Dublin Friday 14 March to 17th March 2014 City Assembly House, South William St, Dublin 2 Open 10am – 5pm daily The Dublin Painting and Sketching Club marks its long history with a unique exhibition in the City Assembly House, celebrating representational art…