The Courthouse Gallery invites you to
& Christmas Party
& Christmas Party
With Silent Auction
December Fri 7nd at 8pm
an exhibition of postcard-sized works by national and international artists continues until January 4th2013
Following the overwhelming success of Trasna I and Trasna II, the Courthouse Gallery are delighted to be bringing to your attention Trasna III small artworks, exhibition, which promises to be the best yet!
With more than 400 original small artworks, from your favourite local, national and the occasional international artist, this is a wonderful opportunity to purchase artworks for loved ones in the upcoming festive season.
Drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media artworks, from country sketches to contemporary photoworks, there is something for everyone.
To encourage you to share in this event there will be a wine reception and a humorous auction on the opening night Friday 7th at 8pm. Members of the public are invited to come early and place an opening bid on their favourite pieces before the auction, the gallery will be open from 7pm.
The pieces will be auctioned by Chris Wallisand Sarah Fuller
There is a reserve price of €40 on each work, giving people the chance to have something truly original on their walls at this accessible price. This is a silent auction, meaning artists are anonymous until after works are purchased.
The exhibition will run on until January 4th, giving the public a chance another chance to view this wonder captivating exhibition and chose the perfect gift for someone they love, including themselves!
In keeping with the community spirit, upstairs, in the Red Couch Exhibition Space there will on display a patchwork quilt made by the Irish Aid Development Sewing Class.
In this work the participants reflect on the importance of water in the lives of the people of
and Ennistymon, Co.Clare. At the heart of the project was a focus on ethical choices that make the world a fairer place to live. This patchwork quilt made by a voluntary group of women in Ennistymon is called ‘Uisce’ and illustrates scenes from both communities. Pemba Island, Tanzania