INIS ARTISTS

The Inis Artists were formed to promote visual art throughout Munster ,the artists are mainly based in Co.Clare .Tom Daly, Margaret Ray Lahinch, Tomás O‘Maoldomhnaigh Ennis, Alan Shoosmith,  Sonia Schorman, Gerardine O’Leary are some the artists in the soiciety.

More Details on their website http://www.inisartists.com/

See more of the Artists in the launch of the Art Exhibition in December 2007 at Watchhouse Cross Library.Limerick  by Brendan Kenny of the Limerick Regeneration Project.

This is what i wrote in December 2007….

This evening in the Library at Watch House Cross two local artists Margaret Ray and Tomas O ‘ Maoldomhnaigh launched an exhibition of their own work of original painting’s which depict scenes of Limerick City ,coastal scenes, sporting and people .
Tomas is originally from St.Mary’s Parish has been a professional artist for many years; he is a member of the Limerick Art Society which Margaret is its secretary.
The Exhibition was opened by Brendan Kennedy the chief executive of the Northside and Southside regeneration project, there was a very good attendance and there are 37 works which are available to buy throughout the week of the long exhibition which ends this Saturday Dec.10.
Watch House Cross Community Library which was opened recently is a very welcome addition to the area, and has been very successful since its introduction; one has to commend Limerick City Council as it is an impressive structure and user friendly within its surrounds. The Library should prove to be a very valuable asset to the community for many years to come.

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