I am very excited for my upcoming exhibition Queens of Art exhibition at the Minerva Gallery during the Harold’s Cross Community Festival:
Local artist Sheila Flaherty will present an exhibition of her drawings (including one large wall drawing) at the Minerva Gallery* during the week of the festival.
Poet Catherine Ann Cullen will open the exhibition on Thursday, May 17, at 6pm.
Artist’s statement: Queens of Art is a celebration of successful female artists throughout history. Consisting of 9 portraits, this series of art, focuses the spotlight on these artists and their stories. They serve to remind us of our own individual life goals and inspire us to strive towards them and find success as they have.
*Minerva Gallery is situated in Harold’s Cross beside Five Points coffee shop
and across from the Maxol Petrol Station. Map at end of post
Title : Queens of Art
Opening reception on Thursday the 17th of May at 6pm
Exhibition continues on Saturday 19th May 2-5pm
and Sunday 20th of May 12-5pm
I’m excited to announce I will be exhibiting this year at the Harold’s Cross Community Festival running from May 14th -20th.
As always there is a host of wonderful events planned by the festival team from art and music to drama and tours.
Watch this space for some sneak peaks of the exhibition entitled “Wonder Women”
Drawing this lady’s portrait atm for the upcoming #WonderWomen exhibition as part of the Harold’s Cross Community Festival #HaroldsCross
Women were not permitted to wear trousers. Camille found the heavy skirted attire women were sanctioned to wear cumbersome for studio work, especially when climbing up and down ladders with heavy buckets of clay. However Camille was successful in obtaining, if you can imagine, a licence to wear pants. #CamilleClaudel #ArtAcademy