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Buzz and Hum 

13 January to 20 February 2018
An exhibition of paintings by Richard Gorman and Samuel Walsh

Buzz and Hum brings together the work of Richard Gorman and Samuel Walsh, highlighting the relationship between the two artists and their work. Both Gorman and Walsh have exhibited widely and regularly since the 1980s, and while their formal approach to painting differs, the two artists share an interest in expressive colour and pattern. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by Limerick City Gallery of Art.

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Left; Samuel Walsh, Ver X111 (Shogun), 2013
Right; Richard Gorman, Shuffle, 2009

Metamurmuration

3 March to 11 April 2018
Joanna Kidney
A monumental, site-responsive, spatial drawing composed of approximately 100,000 particles of suspended felt, trailing, pulsing and swarming through space.
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Metamurmuration, installation shot, Galway Art Centre, 2017

David Quinn

3 March to 11 April 2018
David Quinn will show two bodies of work. For the past twenty-five years he has worked on small notebook-sized pages which are mount on wood when they are finished. They are displayed individually and in groups (sometimes as many 75 in one group). He is also working on some larger pieces using plywood and perspex where David further develop some of the motifs and ideas which originate in the smaller pieces. The paintings are abstract and explore the poetic possibilities of line, texture and form.
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Plan, 2015, acrylic gouache and polychromo on plywood

Members 2018

21 April to 19 May 2018
WCAC annual Members and Friends show runs across both galleries. 


BA Visual Art Degree Show

2 June to 30 June 2018
The BA in Visual Art Degree Show is bi-annual. 
 

Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger

20 July to 13 October 2018
Opening Thursday 19 July 
Historical and contemporary painting and sculpture and video.

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