STAC Gallery Talk

On Saturday 19th June, several artists talked about the work they had on show. Invited artist Etaoin Holahan gave a short history of Endangered Studios, a group run on similar ethos to ours in Co. Kilkenny. This was followed by an open discussion on the creative uses for empty commercial spaces chaired by members of ArtHive. 

 Endangered Studios artist Etaoin Holahan with accompanying video projection.

Bill J Doyle talks about his metal sculpture Wilderness.

Brigid Teehan presents her installation Still Life: Shipton
Dennis Ryan talks about his ceramic piece Keep your Feet on the Ground.

Lagganstown Studio: A Profile

An antique filing cabinet contains an eclectic repository of visual imagery, most of it but not all 2D. 

David Best's work here seems to consist mainly of combined photo-etchings of medieval prints of anatomy, botany and architecture. Some have subsequently been painted on and/or collaged with items such as playing cards glued to them.

South Tipperary Arts Centre Exhibition

Invite for show, reverse & front.
Our 2nd group show is open from 3rd June until the end of June courtesy of STAC, Clonmel's local arts centre. STAC is a long established art gallery so the artists didn't have to worry about preparing the space, making this a more conventional exhibition.

The shows' opening was listed in an event page in Facebook as well as being promoted by the arts centre. It helped bring in a large crowd for the opening and for the duration of the show.
Emer Lynch in front of her video installation HoriZoN during opening.
Brigid Teehan - Still Life: Shipton installation

l to r: artworks by Violeta Pserackaite, Dennis Ryan, Brigid Teehan & Deirdre Delamere