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Below is Lot 91 see 92, 119, and 211 at The Auction
Tuesday 1st April 2014 at 7pm
Viewing 251 Lisburn Road, Belfast
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|Description:||Beth Gilson “Changes”
OIL ON PAPER
|Group – Category:||Miscellaneous –|
|Estimate:||300.00 – 400.00|
|Name||SMB 18th February 2014|
|Date(s)||Tuesday, February 18|
|Preview: Saturday 11am – 5pm
Sunday 2pm – 5pm
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Tuesday from 9am to start of sale at 10.30am
|Auction: TUESDAY 18th @ 10.30am.|
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|Location||Aidan Foley – The Auction Rooms
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Paintings Donated By Beata Gillson:
Vienna Showcase 25th & 26th October, 2013 at Palais Schönborn (MOYA) in Vienna.
Must Sees at Vienna Showcase Art Fair 25-26 October 2013
Carol Kim Arbuckle
Jessica Maria Manley
Solo Art Exhibition – “Abstracts”
The 2013 edition of the Barcelona Showcase took place on Saturday 27th April, and was visited by 3600 people, a record-breaking amount of visitors for the unique art exhibition held at the beautiful Gaudi Casa Batllo in the heart of the city.
After a fun and relaxed meet & greet pre-party the evening before, we started the day early on Saturday morning. Opening the doors of the Casa Batlló – a key feature in the architecture of modernist Barcelona – at 10am for day visitors.
The one-day exhibition was well visited by the art-loving Spanish crowd, and soon the first sale was made followed by Exhibitor Hami Onur from Turkey who sold out his complete range of artworks he had for sale within a couple of hours. The day continued with much pleasure from visitors and exhibitors congratulating the organisers on the great success of the event.
At 18pm the expected VIP Guests arrived for the Champagne Reception and Private View. Barcelona TV and Catalunya Radio also made an entrance who interviewed the visitors and exhibitors. More sales followed, new contacts were made, and a lot of networking took place. Galleries looking for new talent, scouts who came to discuss collaboration opportunities with the exhibitors, and Art collectors flying over from UK and further afield to view all the amazing artworks of the selected exhibitors. The Champagne was popped, the wine was flowing by sponsors Juve y Camps and shortly afterwards, the Showcase and GAA Award Winners were announced! BARCELONA SHOWCASE 2013 Catalog
On Saturday 1st December 2012, two-hundred of the most talented artists and art galleries from all over the globe, exhibited a wide variety of styles and high quality contemporary art pieces at de Oude Kerk, in Amsterdam Showcase 2012.
Curated by the Global Art Agency curators, a selection of the most talented and emergent artists came from all over the world: Australia, Japan, Rusia, Africa, US, Argentina, Taiwan, Pakistan, Europe, … to exhibit their paintings, photographs, sculptures, illustrations, …
Over 2500 visitors attended the art event of the year in Amsterdam, an international exhibition of contemporary art in the most historical and unique church, located in Amsterdams centre, De Oude Kerk. Amterdam Showcase Catalog 2012
THE natural, raw beauty in Lough Derg has provided the perfect backdrop for a Killaloe-based oncology nurse, who used her environment to express herself in imaginative paintings.
A new art exhibition by Beate Gillson is currently on display at Nenagh Heritage Centre until October 7. Nature is the predominant theme running through the exhibition as Ms Gillson depicts flowers, trees and other local scenes in her collection of 39 paintings.
A native of Berlin, Germany, Ms Gillson came to live in Ireland 10 years ago and first settled in Nenagh, before moving to Killaloe about six years ago. She works as an oncology nurse at the Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick and finds painting is a way to relax.
“I am addicted to painting and I have been painting all my life. I have completed a lot of courses with art teachers in areas such as still life, landscape and portrait but haven’t completed a masters.
“I really enjoy using colour and abstract painting. I find painting very healing and it is a good way to relax after a long day’s work. I like to translate certain scenes from what I see and hear using colour. It isn’t wild or abstract. Instead, I favour more placid peaceful colours.
“I find Lough Derg and nature in general inspirational. Ballycuggeran Forest is behind my house and the lake is in front of me, which provides plenty of material for my paintings,” she said.
Having spent two years compiling the exhibition, she is delighted with the feedback she has already received.
“It has been like Christmas three times over. I am very encouraged by the comments I have received about the exhibition to date,” she said.
According to Arlene White from the Nenagh Heritage Centre, the exhibition is a beautiful collection of oils on canvas and acrylics.
The Nenagh Heritage Centre houses rotating art, craft, photography and information exhibitions throughout the year, most of which are by artists based in County Tipperary.