Author Archives: Josephine

Kilcock Art Gallery Solo Exhibition 2015

“A Personal Perspective” will be shown at Kilcock Art Gallery, Kilcock, County Kildare, Ireland in April, 2015.   The opening date has been brought forward:  it will now be opened on Tuesday, 28th April, 2015, at 7 pm by Joan Burton, … Continue reading

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“Sybils of the Slaney”, Newtownbarry House, Bunclody, County Wexford, Ireland

“Sybils of the Slaney” is a women’s cooperative exhibition now showing at Newtownbarry House  Gallery.   There are twelve women artists taking part, including Josephine Grant, Clody Norton, Maria Levinge, Philippa Bayliss, Lesley Fennell, Cathy Callan, Rebecca Homfray, Moira Robertson, … Continue reading

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Commissions for The Hon Desmond Guinness // Forthcoming Exhibitions

Eight watercolours, each 14″ x 20″, of interiors of his home Leixlip Castle, have now been completed, and Mr Guinness is keen to have them exhibited in Dublin.   We approached The United Arts Club in the centre of the … Continue reading

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2013 has started well

More commissions: from the Hon Desmond Guinness, to be painted in watercolour, of interiors of his home Leixlip Castle, County Kildare, Ireland….. New representation: at the Wren Gallery, 34 High Street, Burford, Gloucestershire, England. Gill Mitchell at the gallery has … Continue reading

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Recent Successes

“Remosa Rose” (see Gallery Retrospective Exhibition) was selected for exhibition in the Royal Watercolour Society in London, in March, 2012.   Entry had to be done online for the first time for this venerable society, a challenge in itself, but in spite of this … Continue reading

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Results Kilcock Art Gallery Exhibition, April,2011

This Exhibition went very well, especially considering the times we are in.   Nearly two thirds of the paintings have sold, with all the “teacup” oil paintings gone, and a few of the larger watercolours going quickly.

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