Auction Round-Up: Top Works on Display by Artist Who Paints 'Quiet, Peaceful Places.'

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Auction Round-Up: Top Works on Display by Artist Who Paints 'Quiet, Peaceful Places.'


GORMLEY'S Art Gallery at 670 Ravenhill Road, Belfast is hosting an exhibition of recent works by artist Jo Tinney.

The show, which opens tomorrow at 7.30pm also features the work of four other female painters.

These include Anne Marie McCaughey, Dorothy Tinman, Louise Mansfield and Carol Ann Waldron.

Jo Tinney, who recently exhibited in Galway and Dublin, works in watercolour, pastel and acrylics.

She says she likes to paint the quiet, empty, peaceful places which she finds all around the coast and bogs of Ireland.

"I see poetry in the Irish landscape, the nature of the northern light ever changing and the vast areas of unspoilt rugged beauty."

Jo is one of the few Ulster artists currently elected to the Water Colour Society of Ireland along with her former tutor at Belfast College of Art, Neil Shawcross. The exhibition continues until November 20.

A NUMBER of important works by leading artists will go under the hammer tonight at Carryduff Auction's Comber Road, Belfast auction rooms.

Among the artists whose work is featured are Charles McAuley, Markey, Tom Carr, Louise Mansfield, David Overend, Rowland Davidson, RB Higgins, Noel Shaw, Robert Egginton, Tom Cullen, Val Byrne, Tony Lynch, J. P. Rooney, Hugh McIlfatrick, Marie Carrol, R Byrne, John Kelly, D Gallery, Roy Wallace and many more.

Bidding gets under way at 7.30pm.

ONE of the largest publishers of fine art prints in the world has asked to see samples of work by County Down artist William Cunningham with a view to issuing a number of his images as open edition posters.

The US multi-national, which has offices across the world, approached Michael Hughes of the Irish Art Group, with the request that he forward transparencies of paintings currently featured on the IAG website at www. …

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