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Drawn to Print

 Drawn to Print: a solo show

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Marie-Louise and Aidan Flanagan in Kilcock Art Gallery

See the new exhibition in the Kilcock Art Gallery: "Dreamscapes and Landscapes"


Breda Smyth openend the KAG forty years ago and has withstood the trials of recessions, rural decline, and of pressure of on-line sales. James English RHA was among the first artists to exhibit there, and so it is a great honour that he should now provide the opening remarks for this joint show. James is an artist of the highest calibre, a long-standing member of the Royal Hibernian Academy, now serving on its Programme Advisory Board having recently been an officer on the council as Hon. Treasurer. You can see his website HERE.

Aidan Flanagan is a fellow printmaker and friend. You can see lots of his work both on the KAG website linked above and on his on site HERE.

The exhibition opens to the public on Saturday 8th September at 3pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

Photo's of the opening will be posted later.


Radicondoli solo show

Marie-Louise will be hosted in the Sale Mostre 'Sergio Pacini' of the Palazzo Bizzarrini, Vie Tiberio Gazzei, 24.

Radicondoli is a small town in the province of Siena. For all its smallness, it puts on a full calendar of events. This show, one of a dozen throughout the year, coincides with the annual Festa di San Giovanni - the feast of St John. The opening of the show is on Saturday 16th June, and runs until 16th July. The Festa is on the weekend following the opening; 22 - 24th June.

During the festa, Marie-Louise will be putting on demonstrations of intaglio printing, and giving small tours of the works on show.





Royal Academy London

Marie-Louise's piece; "Mr Turner's Grand Design" has been selected for the Summer Exhibition - the 250th year. The show opens to the public on Monday 11th June.

You will find it in the catalogue listed as No. 1188, it is located in the Sackler Gallery (South) on the upper floors, along with so many other works on paper.