It was a great honour to have one of my paintings presented recently to Grand National winner Davy Russell by Youghal GAA. A great night was had by all.
Here I am in front of some of my work at the ‘Youghal stands at a slight angle to the rest of the Universe’ exhibition at Cork airport which runs for whole month of June 2018. Why not pay it a visit if you’re passing through Bon voyage.
Opening night of my Lightworks exhibition at Ballymaloe .It was a great night and proved very successful with only a few paintings unsold by the end of night. I’ll post more pictures over the coming days.
We are delighted to announce that a brand new art exhibition by landscape artist Andrea Cashell will be held at Ballymaloe Grain Store in Co. Cork, opening on Thursday the 20th April 2017 from 7pm. The exhibition will run for 3 weeks and feature new and original work available to buy.
It was an absolute honour and a privilege to be asked to complete a series of oil paintings for the Ardmore Shipping Company to commemorate the naming of 5 new ships. Three of these paintings are now displayed as part of the company’s permanent collection in Singapore while 2 are in their South Korean headquarters and one in Japan.
Ballymaloe Craft Fair is back for its seventh year on 19th and 20th November and open from 10am – 6pm each day and I am delighted to announce that I will be there in person exhibiting my latest work.
The Ballymaloe Craft Fair and 2016 continues to showcase work by more than 100 of Ireland’s best craft professionals throughout the Ballymaloe Grainstore, Drinks Theatre and The Big Shed
Christmas shoppers will be spoilt for choice among more than 100 stands offering fine textiles, pottery, jewelry, wood and glass work, paper crafts, fine art, children’s toys and dolls, cosmetics, confectionery, knit wear, and much more.
The Ballymaloe Craft Fair is a stress-free shopping experience with a Ballymaloe twist, as browsers can pause for coffee and delicious hot food served by local ‘kitchen heroes’ in The Big Shed. If the weather is fine, take a stroll through the woodlands and the walled garden that keeps Ballymaloe House in fresh vegetables all year long.