The Norman Gallery, Monksgrange, Rathnure, Enniscorthy Co. Wexford, Ireland
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© Hanneke van Ryswyk

An exhibition of Paintings and unique prints by
Hanneke van Ryswyk

From 6th October – 21st October 2012
at The Norman Gallery
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© Bruno Leti

Print retrospective by Printmaker Bruno Leti

From 15 - 30 September 2012
at The Norman Gallery
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© Philippa Bayliss

Paintings of Irish summer cloudscapes,
figure studies, and drypoints

From 25th August – 9th September 2012
at The Norman Gallery
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© Gilly Thomas

An exhibition by Gilly Thomas & Mary Wallace

From 28th July - 12th August 2012
at The Norman Gallery

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© Julie Moorehouse

An exhibition by Julie Moorehouse
From 12th May - 27th May 2012
at The Norman Gallery

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© Hanneke van Ryswyk

10th -11th December 2011

This year's Christmas group exhibition at The Norman Gallery features new works by Philipp Bayliss, David Begley, Anthony Lyttle and Hanneke van Ryswyk.

© Istvan Vidak

13th -16th October 2011

An exhibition by ISTVAN VIDAK
opening on Thursday 13th October at 6.00pm

In association with Guatastudio, Kiltealy, where a 4 day feltmaking workshop will be held, an exhibition by Hungarian felt artist Istvan Vidak will be held at The Norman Gallery. Production of felt, and artifacts made of it, is one of the oldest of subsistence activities of Central Asian nomads. The raw material of felt production is sheep, camel and goat wool. It serves as an irreplaceable material for making yurts, interior furnishings and clothing. Felt is an international material; in the life of a nomad, it is the yurt, a felt rug, horse-riding equipment and household furnishings. In Slavic culture, it means the famous Russian felt boots - "valenki". For Scandinavians, it is insulation of the sauna. In medieval Spain, they made felt made of the fine wool of merino sheep, which allowed the production of more delicate, soft and aesthetical material. Hungarian feltmaking includes influences from all parts of eastern Europe and western Asia.

‘Following the Felt Route’
Istvan Vidak will give a presentation at the gallery on Saturday 15th October at 7.00pm. Everyone is welcome and admission is FREE.


© Hanneke van Ryswyk

Hanneke van Ryswyk
1st October - 9th October 2011

Solo exhibition of prints and works on paper
by Hanneke van Ryswyk

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© Martha Quinn

Martha Quinn

20th August - 4th September 2011

Solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings
by Martha Quinn

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© Gwen Wilkinson
Gwen Wilkinson
31st July – 14th August

Solo exhibition of photography
by Gwen Wilkinson

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© Philippa Bayliss

Philippa Bayliss
21st August – 5th September

‘The Garden's Progress’
Solo exhibition of paintings
by Philippa Bayliss

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© David Begley

The Stonebridge Gallery
Opera Festival Exhibition 2010

16th - 31st October 2010

The Norman Gallery will be exhibiting in Wexford during the Opera Festival in a joint venture with Wexford Picture Framing under the banner of The Stonebridge Gallery at 96-98 South Main Street from 16th-31st October 2010. The show, featuring the strength of contemporary Irish art, will included David Begley, Anthony Lyttle, Paddy Lennon, Philippa Bayliss, Avril Harvey, Patricia Wheeler, and sculpture by Eileen McDonagh, Martha Quinn, Robert Flood, Niall Deacon and Julie Moorhouse.



© Stoja



Christmas Exhibition 09
5th December - 20th December 2009

The Christmas Exhibition, with prices from €135,
includes items by David Begley, Anthony Lyttle,
Paddy Lennon, Maeve McCarthy,
Miriam Robinson, Avril Harvey,
Patricia Wheeler, Nesta Fitzgerald,
Christine Mooney, Celia Perceval,
Pat and Pam Palmer, Robert Ryan,
Philippa Bayliss, Cliodna Cussen,
Peter Howell, Barbara and Rob
Perkins, and sculpture from the Sliabh Gearr symposium.

© Martha Quinn

'Sliabh Gearr Sculpture'
17th October - 8th November 2009

Group exhibition showing work produced at the recent stone carving symposium in Killane, and including pieces by: Cliona Cussen, Niall Deacon, Eileen McDonagh, Padraig McGoran, Marth Quinn, Martin Lyttle,
Bojana Krizacec, Paul Haggins, Emanuela Camacci.

'Patrick Pye at Eighty'
22nd August – 20th September 2009

This extensive solo exhibition will include
paintings, etchings and drawings by Patrick Pye,
one of Ireland's most acclaimed artists.
© Patrick Pye  
Robert Ryan and David Begley
18th July – 16th August

Paintings and drawings
© Robert Ryan  
The Nine Stones Artists
27th June – 12th July
Exhibition featuring works from the Carlow-based group including drawing,
painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture.
© Rachel Joynt  
'New Paintings'
Patrick Palmer & Pamela Palmer
16th - 31st May 2009
© Patrick Palmer  

'Art in Prints and Drawings'

Featuring drawings by David Begley, Paddy Lennon,
Anthony Lyttle, Jules Micheal, Richard Pearsall and more

19th October - 2nd November


The Norman Gallery at the Dublin Art Fair in the RDS

Featuring David Begley, Anthony Lyttle,
Paddy Lennon, Celia Perceval & Richard Pearsall

11th -14th September

  Music for Wexford
Piano recital by Maria McGarry
7th September
Mary O'Connor

'Chaos to Order' Paintings

23rd August - 7th September 
A Summer Three Paintings

Rayleen Clancy, Avril Harvey & Patricia Wheeler

19th July – 3rd August
Sculpture Exhibition

Featuring Anna Linnane, Emer Byrne and Leo Higgins.

21st June – 6th July
  Paddy Lennon

'Duende' Paintings

31st May – 15th June

Celia Perceval

'Australian Vision: Irish Landscape' Paintings

10th May – 25th May

  See Exhibitions 2007 including:
Paul Monaghan
David Begley

Tim Goulding
Anthony Lyttle


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