New Works by Visiting Artists

Thursday 4 November – Saturday 27 November 2010
Diana Copperwhite: Your mood creates the sound, lithograph | New Works by Visiting Artists | Thursday 4 November – Saturday 27 November 2010 | Graphic Studio Gallery

Diana Copperwhite, Michael Cullen, Martin Gale, Richard Gorman and Hughie O’Donoghue

Graphic Studio Dublin and Graphic Studio Gallery marks 30 years of its Visiting Artists programme and exhibitions. The scheme, pioneered by Mary Farl Powers and James McCreary in 1980, allows artists usually working in other media, mainly painting and sculpture, to work with a master printer to produce an original fine art print in a limited edition. It has attracted a huge number of renowned Irish and International names in art and this year is no exception, with works from Hugh O’Donohue, Richard Gorman, Martin Gale, Michael Cullen and Diana Copperwhite.

Furthermore, a significant number Visiting Artists who have passed through Graphic Studio Dublin’s doors feature in a major exhibition at IMMA open from 8 September 2010 – 3 January 2011 as part of Graphic Studio Dublin’s 50th anniversary.

For further information, contact Catherine or Paula on 01 679 8021 or gallery@graphicstudiodublin.com

Image: Diana Copperwhite: Your mood creates the sound, lithograph
Thursday 4 November – Saturday 27 November 2010
Graphic Studio Gallery
off Cope Street
Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Telephone: +353 1 679 8021
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Admission / price: Free
Through the Arch off Cope Street (behind the Central Bank)

 
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