The Sol Art Gallery opens its doors to a solo exhibition of new work by Alea Pinar Du Pre. If you want to see her past work, and to get more information please check her official website.
A bit information about her:
‘Facetime’ by Austrian/Turkish artist Alea Pinar Du Pre. Following on from her successful solo exhibition in New York and rising popularity on the International scene, we’re delighted to host her new exhibition.
Attracted from an early age to painting , Alea is essentially self taught starting her mastery of paint from the age of 13. Over a 10 year period from 1995 onwards, Alea created cubist-inspired paintings capturing street scenes of Istanbul. In 2006 she evolved to her current style which she calls a mixture between ‘Abstract Expressionism’ and ‘Jugendstil Pop Art’ in which she entwines digital art with oils and acrylics.
It will open on 5th of October at 6.30.
Sol Art Gallery
8 Dawson Street, Dublin, Ireland
On 5th of October, there will be an exhibition at The Tara Building. The exhibition will feature all original oil paintings by Jill, on both canvas and paper.
Jill L’Estrange is an abstract expressionist artist, working predominantly in oil paint. Her first solo exhibition, ‘Flux’, is an exploration of fluidity and movement, capturing constant change through lyrical abstraction and the continuous flow of the Irish Tides.
The Tara Building
Tara Street, Dublin, Ireland D02
Duilleoga agus Aislingi an Fhomhair
Do you want to join evening of songs in Irish and English and poetry of artist/writer Caroline Cunningham? On 5th of October, it will start at 6pm in Carlow Country Library.
If you are interested in her work please check her website:
Carlow County Library
Tullow Street, Carlow, Ireland