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GAELTACHT THIAR THÌR CHONAILL, .THE WEST DONEGAL GAELTACHT PAINTERS

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GAELTACHT THIAR THÌR CHONAILL, .THE WEST DONEGAL GAELTACHT PAINTERS

An inclusive ...Plein air painting group of like minded people who enjoy getting together,  sharing tips and having some fun while we paint.All levels of painting ability welcome.We aim to meet up every saturday and some wednesdays.....join us, its free and great craic.

Location: GWEEDORE! Bunbeg, Derrybeg, Port Arthur, Gortahork, Tor, Anagaire, Loch an Lùir, Dunfanaghy, Falcarragh, Mìn Larrach, Port na Blagh, Downings, Dunlewey...,
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Nov 12

Hello Everyone, what a terrific day we had today, although a wee bit to the cold side.

I just want to let you know about the next Paint Out on Saturday 21st January 2017. 

Meeting at Carrickfin Airport for the tea/coffee and catch up and then over to POINT and the immediate area. For those of you who may come later, follow the road parallel to the RUNWAY and take a left you will find us along that road down to the pier.

We will paint until two thirty or there about and then meet in Caislain Or, Annagaire for lunch and a bit of craic.

ALL WELCOME,

Nora

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Comment by Kim Sharkey on June 22, 2017 at 9:53

Gesture Drawing class running in Ranafast in two and a half weeks. 

Comment by Patrick Brennan on May 22, 2017 at 11:20

This is a preliminary sketch and Final Painting  8"x10" from our paint out on Saturday at The Glebe House Donegal. The weather was good as was the company. Hope to be with you all again .

Comment by Kim Sharkey on April 24, 2017 at 13:34
Hello, I have just joined the group and I look forward to painting in your company.
Comment by Mary Toland Comiskey on April 20, 2017 at 10:36
Looking forward to painting over "your country". Geraldine.
Comment by Geraldine Murray on April 20, 2017 at 9:58
On Saturday 22April, we will be painting at Lackagh Bridge, Creeshlough. I (Geraldine)will be there, over the bridge at the car park/ viewing point at 11am. All welcome. A beautiful spot
Comment by Jacqueline Anne on February 19, 2017 at 19:49
Artists wishing to submit work for this year’s Glebe Gallery Open Art Competition should bring their work to the Glebe Gallery, Church Hill, Letterkenny, on the weekends of the 25th and 26th of March and 1st and 2nd of April, between 12.00 and 5.00pm.

Please note that these dates are earlier again this year and there will be no submission on the weekend of the 8th and 9th of April, instead artists can collect artworks not selected for the exhibition on these dates.

Artists can submit up to four pieces and the entry fee is €4.00 per piece.

The exhibition will open on Friday the 14th of April at 7pm, and all are welcome to attend.

The exhibition will run daily from
Saturday the 15th until Sunday the 23rd of April.

Admission to the exhibition is FREE.

Pictures must be framed and ready to hang if selected.
Works not selected can be collected at any time during the exhibition.
Comment by Jacqueline Anne on February 19, 2017 at 19:47
FREE ART WORKSHOP - SATURDAY 27th OF AUGUST - I.00pm - 4.00pm. We are delighted that the artist Cornelius Browne will once again join us for a workshop this Saturday.

THE POETRY OF PAINTING: This one-day workshop focuses on using plein-air painting techniques to produce landscapes that embrace the poetic. Each artist shall be invited to give their creativity free rein within an atmosphere of complementary learning. Topics covered will include the influence of weather and wayfaring, the nature poetry of Edward Thomas and Alice Oswald, the primitive power of James Dixon and Alfred Wallis. There may even be time to glimpse Derek Hill through the eyes of Seamus Heaney.

Cornelius Browne began painting under Donegal skies in his early teens, and was helped and encouraged by Derek Hill. Cornelius studied painting at the National College of Art and Design, graduating with an honours degree in Fine Art. He worked for many years at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. He has exhibited at the Blackbird Gallery, the RHA Gallery, the Frederick Gallery, the Glebe Gallery, King House, An Grianan Theatre, and is currently represented by the McKenna Gallery in Omagh. His paintings are in collections in Ireland, Britain, Greece, and Russia. His recent solo exhibition at the McKenna Gallery was entitled "Weathering".
Please bring your own art materials, easel and chair. Dress for outdoors and wear appropriate footwear.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to join Cornelius for this unique workshop.
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Comment by deirdre shanny on January 18, 2017 at 18:26
OK. ..check on my page, I wrote a blurb a while back how to upload a photo from ur mobile.it's pretty straight forward.let's know if u manage it.if not I will talk you through it...on d phone.
Comment by Geraldine Murray on January 18, 2017 at 18:13
Don'tknow how to upload it from photos to post in site
Comment by deirdre shanny on January 18, 2017 at 18:08
Tks ger...post up yours...it's fab.
 

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