glór is delighted to present an exhibition of new work from leading Irish Printmaker, Gráinne Cuffe. Open 10 to 5 pm daily from 6 Apr to 12 May. Free of charge.
Well known for her intricate flowers studies, and oversized exuberant etchings, her new works depict lilies, tulips, and some sweet pea. Cuffe’s practice is firmly placed within a long-established artistic tradition that values careful and considered observations of nature and the translation of these observations into a new visual form.
Her large, metre square etchings embody influences from Georgia O'Keeffe, from her Bauhaus trained architect father Luan Cuffe, and from working in studios in California, London, Milan and Dublin. Her work is 'not strictly botanical' and embraces the energy, structure and colour of flowers. A perfect exhibition to celebrate the bounties of the season!
A Guided Tour of the exhibition and Artist’s Talk, will take place on Saturday 14 April at 11.30am. Free of charge and all welcome.
A Dementia Friendly Exhibition Tour for People Living with Dementia & their Family, Friends & Carers will take place on Tuesday 17 April at 11am. Click here for more information. Please pre-book with Sinéad Cahill at email@example.com / 065 6845370.