All good things to those who wait…

Now I know you’ve all been looking forward to the exhibition of 2020 with baited breath:

Pastel Society of Ireland art in lockdown

And with good reason because I’ve seen some of the work and it is exquisite.

Into the Blue by Julie Wilson
Large original pastel painting – Soft pastels on Clairefontaine pastelmat card. 50cm x 70cm

But like they say, the best things in life are worth waiting for and so the exhibition is going to be fashionably late, with a new start date of 12 November. There will be daily featured artists from 16 November and the exhibition closes, with me as the featured artist on 7 December.

Find it at http://www.islandartscentre.com/exhibitions

It will include 54 works by 24 Irish artists from across the island of Ireland tackling big themes with an age-old medium in new and fresh ways. Check it out.

And it’s already generating media interest.

The countdown is on, with just a few more days to go until it opens its (virtual) doors. In the meantime, here’s a sneaky peak at some of the art you can enjoy (and buy) at it.

Svalbard – by Julie Wilson
Large original pastel painting of – 50cm x70cm.
Soft pastel on Clairefontaine pastelmat card
Doe and calf – by Julie Wilson
Original soft pastel painting on Clairefontaine pastelmat card 30cm x 30cm
2020-11-12T10:00:00

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Virtual Pandemic Exhibition

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