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Gallery & Studio Exhibitions > '08

04 December 2008 - 22 January 2009

'Little Christmas'
Gallery Artists and Studio Members

"There is something of common race instinct in the work of all original Irish writers of to-day and, it can hardly be absent in their sister art"

Sir Hugh Lane (1875 - 1915)

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06 November 2008 - 29 November 2008

'New Works' - Jean Bardon
'The Moonlit Mezzanine' - Gerard Cox

This is a two person show with both artists being long standing members of Graphic Studio Dublin. Jean Bardon's work has been strongly influenced by the century old Botanical art with it's formality and decorative qualities. While upstairs Gerard Cox's work is based on organic forms and celebrates life and nature through colour.

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» Gerard Cox's Irish Arts Review Interview

02 October 2008 - 25 October 2008

'Flock' - New works by Kelvin Mann

Since his two man exhibition 'Quire' with Marc Reilly in 2004 and his award winning print 'Red Light House' for Dublin Port Print show at Graphic Studio Gallery in 2007, we are delighted to host 'Flock' an innovative solo show by Kelvin Mann.

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04 September 2008 - 27 September 2008

'Swedish Group Show' - by Galleri Astley

Graphic Studio Gallery exhibits over 40 works of Swedish art from Galleri Astley's stable of artists. Established in 1977, Galleri Astley is a unique Art Centre set in Uttersberg, Sweden and incorporates a sculpture park, museum, gallery acoustic reserve and a print workshop. In 1994 the centre opened its printmaking facilities and has since showcased and published screen prints from Swedish and International artists.

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14 August 2008 - 23 August 2008

demonstrations of a range of printmaking techniques

Renowned printmakers will demonstrate a range of printmaking techniques including: etching & aquatint, linocut, mezzotint, woodcut, lithograph and drypoint at Graphic Studio Gallery and at Graphic Studio Dublin's newly acquired print studio in Distillery House, North Circular Road. This is a unique opportunity to see first hand the best of traditional printmaking in the oldest dedicated fine art print studio in Ireland. Demonstrations are free.

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19 July 2008 - 09 September 2008

'Summer Printfest'
New works by Gallery Artists & Studio Members

Graphic Studio Gallery's exhibition Summer Printfest is an integral part of our print initiative Imprint festival of print 2008 - 2009 incorporating 'Revelation' which is currently showing at National Gallery of Ireland, a number of solo exhibitions, and culminating in 'Artist's Proof' at Chester Beatty Library in January 2009.

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08 May 2008 - 06 June 2008

'Is this real'
New Work by Yoko Akino & Maev Lenaghan

This innovative two-person show by Maev Lenaghan and Yoko Akino investigates universal themes of environment and the human image. Although the basis for Lenaghan's work lies in representation she observes her subject matter sidelong and laterally, touching on the essential need to communicate. These prints are stories without narrative. On graduating from NCAD in 2002 Lenaghan received the Graphic Studio Dublin graduate award and has since exhibited both in Ireland and abroad.

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03 April 2008 - 30 April 2008

'il giardino' - New works by Cliona Doyle

Cliona Doyle's new works were inspired by and made on location at 'Il Certose di Pontignamo', a 14th century monastery just outside Sienna. The monastery overlooks formal walled gardens, which contain an extensive orchard and olive grooves. In this show the artist explores the significance of a medieval garden both for its symbolic meanings, aesthetic qualities and a means to provide sustenance for the monastery and its inhabitants.

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06 March 2008 - 29 March 2008

'Childscapes' - Carmel Benson

Combining figurative and abstract elements, this work is drawn from themes of childhood and nature. Benson's use of corborundum in printmaking creates particularly rich velvety areas of colour and texture. With this strong use of colour, pattern, light and the simplification of perspective, it seeks to explore the integration or isolation of the individual in space and time.

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07 February 2008 - 01 March 2008

'twenty | twenty' - Various Artists

Twenty artists commemorate the twentieth anniversary of at Cope Street, Temple Bar. Quoting the November 1988: "Where bacon used to hang for curing, the works of our artists will hang for sale".

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