The Jorgensen Gallery, one of Ireland's leading fine art galleries, is a contemporary Irish art gallery in the heart of Dublin, showing paintings and sculpture by artists from Ireland and continental Europe. We also exhibit late 19th/mid 20th century Irish and European art, and a selection of quality antiques and collectibles.
Now in its 14th season, the Catherine Hammond Gallery is proud of its association with some of Ireland’s most outstanding established and emerging artists. It is arguably the preeminent contemporary art gallery in Munster, a good indicator of how important West Cork is as a cultural destination. It was founded in 2003 by Catherine Hammond after working for more than 20 years with major U.S. cultural organizations, including the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, the MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, and the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
The gallery is in the heart of Skibbereen, often considered the capital of West Cork. Other cultural attractions include Uillinn – the West Cork Arts Centre, the Skibbereen Heritage Centre, other art galleries, a great rare bookshop, craft shops and an art auctioneer. There are several places to eat just next door to the gallery including the Good Things restaurant, the Church café and Annie May’s pub. In Skibbereen, one can easily spend several hours rich in art and good food!
Skibbereen is an ideal base from which to explore the southwest tip of West Cork: Baltimore, Mizen Head, Sheep’s Head, Ballydehob, Castletownsend, Glandore, Union Hall are all within a short drive. Great beaches, Lough Hyne Marine Reserve, and Sherkin and Cape Clear islands are easily accessible.
Black Church Print Studio is an artistic collective and one of the leading contemporary fine art print studios in Ireland.
Graphic Studio Gallery, opened in 1988, in Cope Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 and has become an essential cultural feature of the city. Dublin’s first fine art print gallery, it holds the largest stock of fine art prints, for sale in Ireland, and frequently works with private, corporate and public clients on specific projects. It supports artists through a busy exhibition schedule of up to 11 national and international exhibitions annually. Its education programme includes talks and print demonstrations, that provide engagement for the public, with artist printmakers. The sale of work at the gallery provides financial assistance to artists, and also raises essential funding for studio facilities.
Gormleys Fine Art is one of Ireland’s leading art galleries specialising in contemporary painting and sculpture. Founded in 1990 Gormleys have galleries in Dublin, Belfast and Omagh, representing a number of established and emerging Irish artists.
In addition to our gallery exhibition programmes, Gormleys regularly exhibit in London and at various international and national art fairs. We are dedicated to promoting Irish art and committed to the long term development of each of our artists.
Gormleys is also one of Ireland's primary sculpture dealers and represent a number of leading Irish sculptors. All of our galleries display a significant collection of sculpture and we regularly organise major garden sculpture exhibitions throughout Ireland.
Parallel Editions is the brainchild of Suzannah O’Reilly Mullaney and Brian Fitzgerald, two long-time printmakers and established artists in their own right, who have been working both independently in the medium of print, as well as collaboratively with artists, designers and all round creatives transforming their ideas and thoughts into high quality prints.
Founded by gallery director John Daly in 1995, Hillsboro Fine Art is widely recognized as Ireland’s leading 20th-century and contemporary gallery and has now established a significant reputation around the world.
Though Hillsboro Fine Art continues to expand and develop its international links, its principal focus is on promoting the highly acclaimed artists it works with on an ongoing basis: Patrick Hall, John Hoyland, Patrick Graham, Michael Warren, Gary Komarin, Tjibbe Hooghiemstra, Robert Natkin, Claude Viallat, John Noel Smith, Gwen O’Dowd, Eddie Kennedy, John Gibbons, Michael Canning, Eamon Colman, David Crone, Paddy McCann, Fiona Dowling and Jonathan Hunter.
In addition to our regular exhibitions, the gallery inventory always includes a comprehensive selection of paintings, sculpture and drawings by Irish and international artists. The gallery also sources, purchases and sells works of art on behalf of clients worldwide and acts as art consultant to our many public and private clients’ collections.
Kevin Kavanagh is one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art galleries focusing on the continued support of Irish artists locally and internationally, Kevin Kavanagh provides a platform for emerging, mid career and established artists. The gallery began in 1999 as a grassroots project and is now recognised as a pivotal art space in Dublin representing some of Irelands most important contemporary artists. The gallery programme specialises in providing solo exhibitions for artists associated with the gallery and frequently publishes books for represented artists. Kevin Kavanagh is located in Dublin’s city center and the space, designed by architect Philip Crowe of MCO Projects, was created specifically for exhibiting contemporary art with purpose built interior and optimum accessibility.
Located at 3 Great Denmark Street in the Parnell Square Cultural Quarter, the heart of Georgian Dublin, the Olivier Cornet Art Gallery is one of Ireland's most dynamic modern & contemporary fine art galleries. We represent accomplished and exciting Irish-based and international visual artists working in a variety of media such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, fine prints and digital art.
Our gallery, sometimes referred to as The OCG, hosts solo exhibitions as well as curated group shows. We also organise various exhibition-related events, in collaboration with diverse cultural workers and practitioners of other art forms, in Dublin's city centre and beyond.
"Community engagement and cultural advocacy are the terms that describe the currency of the progressive commercial gallery. Olivier Cornet is an integral part of this new wave". From 'The French new wave, Gerry Walker welcomes an alternative to the conventions of gallery management in the work of Olivier Cornet', Irish Arts Review magazine, Summer edition, June-August 2016.
Oliver Sears Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery based in an elegant Georgian building in the centre of Dublin. It presents a contemporary exhibition programme including Irish and international artists, both emerging and established. The gallery is distinguished for its inclusion of contemporary applied arts exhibitions in its programme. With a proven track record of delivering exceptional and innovative exhibitions which are supported by collectors, museum curators and critics, exhibitions at the Oliver Sears Gallery are among the most respected and anticipated in the Irish art world. The gallery is also recognised for its international presence, bringing carefully curated exhibitions to London & New York.
Liam Belton is renowned as a master of the still life and today his name is synonymous with these extraordinarily realistic compositions, meticulously rendered in his characteristic cool tones. His placing and delineation of simple household objects such as eggs, cheese boxes and ceramic pottery is individual and masterly in the traditions of the Italian painter Morandi, and at times reminiscent of William Scott, R.A. and Charles Brady, HRHA. His attention to detail and texture has been described as evocative of the great tradition of Netherlandish Renaissance painting. His still lifes are unique in their treatment of subject matter: the egg is ever-present and forms an elemental part of the composition.
Solomon Fine Art, established in 1981, is recognised as one of Ireland’s leading contemporary art galleries and has built its outstanding reputation representing both Irish and international artists working in both figurative and abstract styles. The Solomon Gallery is particularly well known for specializing in bronze sculpture. In recent years the Solomon has undertaken a number of significant projects that include mounting major off-site outdoor exhibitions in the Iveagh Gardens in Dublin and the Village at Lyons in Kildare. In 2015, in conjunction with the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) and The Doyle Collection hotel group, Solomon Fine Art launched PORTFOLIO @ Solomon - a second pop-up exhibition space dedicated to Irish design & craft to coincide with the ID2015 Year of Irish Design. Solomon Fine Art is owned and run by Tara Murphy who started working at the gallery in 1994 under the directorship of former owner Suzanne Macdougald. Tara is a History of Art and Arts Administration graduate of UCD and has over 20 years experience in curating, dealing in and advising on modern and contemporary Irish art. In 2011, having been located in Powerscourt Townhouse in Dublin, the gallery moved to its current premises on Balfe Street, just off Grafton Street in the heart of Dublin’s premier cultural & shopping quarter.
Stoney Road Press is a fine art print studio which since 2001 has been collaborating with Ireland's leading contemporary artists to produce limited edition hand-made prints, books, sculptures and tapestries.
Based in Dublin, Stoney Road Press is the only independent commercially run fine art print studio in Ireland. It is also the only Irish member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, a body committed to promoting the highest standards of quality, connoisseurship and appreciation of fine art prints. Combining traditional printing techniques with innovative digital technology, the studio is transformed for each different collaboration, producing a body of work which reflects the individual skill of each artist. In recent years the portfolio has expanded to include new work with international artists.
Taylor Galleries is a gallery based in Dublin that shows a selection of contemporary and 20th century Irish painting, sculpture, print and works on paper. Throughout the year Taylor Galleries mounts a series of solo exhibitions by gallery artists and two large group shows, one in August and one over the Christmas period. The gallery’s exhibition space is situated over two floors of a Georgian house which dates from 1759.
Taylor Galleries was founded by John Taylor in 1978 and a number of gallery artists were inherited from Leo Smith’s Dawson Gallery. The Dawson Gallery was established by Smith in 1944 at 4 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 following his departure from the Victor Waddington Gallery.
Gibbons & Nicholas provide a strong supportive touring platform for emerging, mid-career, and established Irish artists, through a programme of curated exhibitions at Art Fairs and in project spaces in the USA. Gibbons & Nicholas works with established Irish galleries to present the best of contemporary Irish art to an international audience. This allows the artists to connect with international buyers, galleries and curators and promotes significant cross-cultural exchange.
SO Fine Art Editions, one of Ireland's leading contemporary art galleries, presents exciting & dynamic prints, paintings, sculpture, ceramics & photography.