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The Kenny Gallery

We have been selling original works of art for over half a century. Situated in Galway, in the West of Ireland, The Kenny Gallery specialise in contemporary Irish Art, exhibits the work of 19th and 20th century artists, and frequently hosts exhibitions by visiting artists from Europe and the United States.

The Gallery organises some eighteen solo and group exhibitions each year, including retrospectives, and we actively promote emerging talent. Over the years we have showcased the work of emerging Irish artists, many of whom have become household names. The works of Jack Yeats, Paul Henry, Sean Keating, George Campbell, Louis Le Broquy, Andy Warhol, Salvador DalĂ­ and many others have gone through the doors of Kennys. In addition, we have an ongoing everchanging group show of several hundred works - oils, watercolours, sculpture, stained glass ceramics, photography and graphics.

In recent years, the gallery has been commissioned by private individuals, companies and public institutions to decorate their homes and premises with art. A member of our consultation team can visit your home or place of busin... [ Read all ]

Galway

Ireland
Address:
The Kenny Gallery Liosbán Retail Park Tuam Road
Phone: +353 91 709350
Fax: +353 91 709350
Website: www.thekennygallery.ie


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Artists Represented

Kenneth Webb, Brian Ballard, John Behan, Jack Yeats, Paul Henry, Sean Keating, George Campbell, Louis Le Broquy, Andy Warhol, Salvador DalĂ­ and many others


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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Where Shadows Fall
by Liam Jones
Liam Jones is a uniquely talented artist who for over a quarter of a century has captured on canvas the stark beauty of the Irish countryside.

January 9th - January 29th


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Of the Essence
by Marja van Kampen
Marja van Kampen's warm and vibrant work is very much influenced by the saturated colours, light and vegetation of the south of France, India and other places to which her travels have taken her.

January 30th - February 19th


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New Paintings
by Leah Beggs
Leah Beggs's rich paintings begin with a pictorial element of landscape in mind... this acts only as a trigger to the final abstracted image.

February 20th - March 12th



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New Sculpture
by John Behan RHA
John Behan RHA - one of the most important sculptors working in Ireland today - returns with a fine collection of bronze sculpture and graphics.

March 13th - April 2nd



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New Paintings
by Charlotte Kelly
Charlotte Kelly's oils share a deep intimacy with the earth - this conveys a real feeling of spirituality and emotion.

April 3rd - April 23rd



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New Sculptu... [ Read all ]


Previous Exhibitions

"The Kenny family have achieved much over the decades but, in our opinion, their crowning achievement of the 20th Century was their patronage of the painter Sean Keating, whose reputation as one of Ireland's major artistic figures was re-established thanks to two exhibitions of his work held by Kennys in 1968 and 1972 respectively. The result of these shows was to place Keating firmly in the public eye at a time when he himself feared that he would be forgotten by an artistic establishment more interested in artists from the 'Modernist' movement. A subsequent appearance on RTE's Late Late Show, again arranged by the Kennys, further cemented his reputation." (Apollo Gallery, Dublin)


Contact-Directors/Staff

Thomas Kenny, Director
Dean Kelly, Exhibition Coordinator


Opening Times

9.00-5.00pm Monday to Saturday