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Tulip in White Chair
Elizabeth Cope
Liz McCay has the pleasure of inviting you to the opening of 'Spring Exhibition' April 30 to May 13 at the Dyehouse Gallery Waterford, Ireland.

This exhibition, set in the new Dyehouse Gallery located on Mary Street (around the corner from its old venue), is launched in association with the Waterford John Roberts Festval. Among the artists represented in this show are ArtVitae.com members Elizabeth Cope and Paddy Lennon.

Portrait of Tony O'Malley
Elizabeth Cope
Elizabeth Cope is mounting yet another major exhibition at the Solomon Gallery, Dublin (April 20 to May 16, 2001: www.solomongallery.com). The Solomon is undoubtedly one of the most important seminal commercial galleries in Ireland. Cope’s long association with Solomon (since 1985) is a testament to her enduring popularity and prolific output. When one considers that the Solomon is only one of Elizabeth’s many worldwide venues, the depth of her dedication to her work is truly astonishing. Whenever I have met Elizabeth, if she didn’t actually have a paintbrush fidgeting anxiously in her hand, the evidence of her divine obsession was exposed by the dapples and splatters of pungent oil colours on her clothes and her person. Whether in the company of Elizabeth’s personage, or one of her paintings, one cannot help but be overwhelmed by the intense warmth and intelligence of her vision. No wonder then that notables of the academic and artistic establishment are drawn into her stimulating realm, as evidenced by her reflective portrait of friend, ‘Tony O’Malley’. AV.

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