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Warm Water Pools
Gregory Toal
After leaving Merrion Square in 2013 Gregory has returned to Pitch no.70 , North, Merrion Square, Dublin 2. At present he is finishing new work for his next solo exhibition at a private show at the RDS members Club similar to his successful private show in The Royal Irish Yacht Club in 2007.

Tidal Pool
Ethan S Lima
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Pending Fall (2016)
Jose Garcia y Mas
Although global policy plays a very important part, García y Más is not a political painter in any narrow sense, his realistic paintings focus on the problematic social issues of the day, on environments, on cultural and literary themes: the point is made by means of alienation, irony and wit, often in a macabre manner. Latest Publication: “In the Light of Recent European Events” - José García y Más (Oil on Canvas, 1995-2016). Bansin: Atelier-Galerie 2017. 56 S., 37 Abb.

Apocalypse II (2010)
Jose Garcia y Mas
Public collections: DIN Deutsches Institut für Normung e.V. (German Institute for Standardization), Berlin Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum), Berlin Museum of the MacLaurin Trust, Rozelle/Ayr (Scotland) Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany), Bonn Maritim Hotel „Kaiserhof“, Ostseebad Heringsdorf/Insel Usedom Town Hall of Wolgast Cooper Hall, Selwood Manor, Frome/Somerset (England) Latest Publications: Contemporary Realist Paintings – José García y Más (Oil on Canvas, 1970-2013). Bansin: Atelier-Galerie 2013 Political Painting – José García y Más (Oil on Canvas, 1981-2009). Bansin: Atelier-Galerie 2010

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Karen T. Colbert
Cashel-based artist Karen T. Colbert has been invited to show her work in the International Group Exhibition, 'ENTROPIE Mostra d'Arte Contemporanea' at Ottovolarte, Florence, Italy. The exhibition runs from 18th November to 2nd December 2017. Artists include Christine Lance (France), Karen T. Colbert (Ireland), Jaap Berghoef (Netherlands), Kiril Katsarov (Bulgaria), Art Saugey Dyai & Francine (Switzerland). The exhibition has been curated by Marcello Cazzinaga of Camaver Kunsthaus International. This exhibition is the second part of the exhibition 'ENTROPIE' which opened the 21st of October. The exhibition continues with further insights and reflections on the progress of contemporary art in the world, but also of its extreme fragmentation of contact points. Colbert's work can be viewed at: http://www.karentcolbert.com/.

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