Exhibition: Edge - North Louth Artists

We are busy preparing for our annual collective exhibition entitled 'Edge'.

Preview reception Thursday 16th of May at 7pm. 

Runs from 17th May -  1st June 2019

Tuesday - Saturday | 10am - 4pm 

Featuring a variety of paintings, ranging from abstract to photorealism, in a variety of mediums including oil, watercolour, acrylic and tempera, as well as sculpture in bronze and steel. Artists include: Sandra Bell, Anna Campbell, Gerry Clarke, Irene Woods, Rosemary Warren, Derek Bell, Paula Eigenheer, Patrick Conyngham, Siobhan Conyngham, Ciara Agnew, John O'Connor, Omin and Robert Kelly.


50 years!



North Louth Artists continue to celebrate their 50th Anniversary in this pop-up exhibition of works on paper, print and sculpture.

Artist Include: John O'Connor, Ciara Agnew, Derek Bell, Siobhan Conygham, Gerry Clarke, Ominous Omin, Robert Kelly, Patricia Murphy, Irene Woods, Paula Eigenheer, Sandra Bell, Rosemary Warren, Patrick Conyngham and Alva Gallagher

Preview reception Wednesday 31st October at 7pm with Guest Speaker at the opening: Sarah Daly, Executive Director, Creative Spark. 


This year will mark the 50th annual exhibition by North Louth Artists, which takes place from Wednesday, May 9 until Saturday, May 26, at the Basement Gallery of the An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk

North Louth Artists is a membership network of fourteen professional, self-employed visual artists, who come together to provide mutual support and exhibit annually. 

This long-established group includes some of Louth’s leading artists working in oils, watercolour, acrylic and tempera , and in sculpture in bronze, ceramic and glass. 

Many members exhibit with leading Irish galleries and have exhibitions throughout the country. Some members also have solo exhibitions with galleries abroad.

Their 50th annual exhibition will provide locals and visitors an opportunity to purchase high quality works of art with local provenance 

North Louth Artists ensures that the region has a flourishing art sector where artists and their work are valued, developed and celebrated. 

The Exhibition will be opened by Dr Marie Bourke, former Head of Education at the National Gallery at An Táin on Wednesday, May 9th at 7:00. You are very welcome to attend.

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