Barbara Stanley Gallery presents JB Vallely and Lorcan Vallely (whose Cross Country Race oil on canvas is shown here courtesy of the artist and Barbara Stanley) exhibition at City Hall in March. This exhibition of new paintings will be presented at the City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA from 13th to 31st March and will be included as part of St. Patrick’s Day, London Festival 2017.
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Image: a painting by Corman O’Leary (Courtesy of the artist and Barbara Stanley Gallery)
As an artist I return to places over time, picking up the threads of a visual story. Scenes change but are also restored, reaffirmed. Places are always renewing themselves- a shelf of rock by a thundering sea, beaches in a winter light, fields overshadowed by mountains, forests in seasonal flux. I draw the image out, build it up in waves of colour, try to strike the right note; the afterglow of memory.
The Barbara Stanley Gallery presents Gillian Hyland’s photographs as part of their Spring group showThursday, April 14th, 2016
Introducing Irish Photographer Gillian Hyland whose work The Author is shown here courtesy of the artist and the Barbara Stanley Gallery, this show also features Jimmy Lawlor, Anthony Murphy, Victor Richardson and John Short. The exhibition will run until 30th April 2016. For more information click here or contact The Barbara Stanley Gallery
The Barbara Stanley Gallery is pleased to present a St. Patrick’s Day Mixed Group Exhibition at their 2a Bathurst Street space from 8th to 23rd March. The exhibition will feature art by a selection of Irish artists including Anthony Murphy, Bob Quinn, Deirdre Walsh, James MacKeown, John Short, John McCart, Kevin Gaines, Margaret Egan, Rod Coyne and Jimmy Lawlor whose painting ‘Going with the Flow’ is shown here courtesy of the artist and the Barbara Stanley Gallery. For more information, click here to contact the gallery.
The Barbara Stanley Gallery presents new works by Lisa Ballard (inc. Orlock Sea shown here courtesy of Barbara Stanley) and Brian Ballard in an exhibition at 2a Bathurst Street, London, W2 2SD that will open on 11th February and run until 4th March.