The Copper Coast Geopark visitors centre is located at the heart of the Copper Coast in Bunmahon, the village I have called home for over 10 years. The re-vamped visitors centre opened its doors for the 2015 tourist season last weekend. The historic building now boasts a new Art Exhibition space with comfortable informal seating. I am delighted to be the first Artist invited to use this bright inviting space. My Working Hands collection will be on display in the centre from this weekend…

The Copper Coast Geopark visitors centre is located at the heart of the Copper Coast in Bunmahon, the village I have called home for over 10 years. The re-vamped visitors centre opened its doors for the 2015 tourist season last weekend. The historic building now boasts a new Art Exhibition space with comfortable informal seating. I am delighted to be the first Artist invited to use this bright inviting space. My Working Hands collection will be on display in the centre from this weekend…

#Retro #Style #Crochet gypsy #shawl by www.hamersleyart.com #Needlework

#Retro #Style #Crochet gypsy #shawl by www.hamersleyart.com #Needlework

I have been preoccupied by the weather in recent times, maybe due to the location of my home and studio, an exposed location on Ireland’s south coast or perhaps just an Irish thing. This interest in the weather (some might say obsession) has inspired my latest art collection. “Windswept” describes many aspects of me my life and my surroundings and now is the title of my latest exhibition. The elements sculpt and mould the landscape of the Irish coast, event on a calm day evidence of the…

I have been preoccupied by the weather in recent times, maybe due to the location of my home and studio, an exposed location on Ireland’s south coast or perhaps just an Irish thing. This interest in the weather (some might say obsession) has inspired my latest art collection. “Windswept” describes many aspects of me my life and my surroundings and now is the title of my latest exhibition. The elements sculpt and mould the landscape of the Irish coast, event on a calm day evidence of the…

#Retro #Style #Crochet gypsy #shawl by www.hamersleyart.com #Needlework

#Retro #Style #Crochet gypsy #shawl by www.hamersleyart.com #Needlework

Orlaith Hamersley's "Windswept" art collection is back home on the Copper Coast this April. The exhibition of acrylic paintings by Orlaith Hamersley is on display at the Copper Coast Geopark, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford April 15th, 16th, 17th, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th 2016. The collection is inspired by the artist's interaction with the rugged landscape of her home by the sea on the south coast of Waterford. www.hamersleyart.com

Orlaith Hamersley's "Windswept" art collection is back home on the Copper Coast this April. The exhibition of acrylic paintings by Orlaith Hamersley is on display at the Copper Coast Geopark, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford April 15th, 16th, 17th, 22nd, 23rd, and 24th 2016. The collection is inspired by the artist's interaction with the rugged landscape of her home by the sea on the south coast of Waterford. www.hamersleyart.com

#ArtExhibition  "Windswept"  By Orlaith Hamersley  On exhibition at the Index #Gallery  Waterford City #Library  Unit January 9th #2016 #Art #Waterford #Ireland

Upcoming dates for my "Windswept" collection October to Coastguard Cultural Centre - Tramore, Co. Waterford December to January Index Gallery - Waterford City Library.

"Rush hour at Reginald's" Reginald's tower has stood in a defensive position on the river Suir in Waterford since the 13th century. Our short busy lives must look like an insignificant blur in its eyes.

"Rush hour at Reginald's" Reginald's tower has stood in a defensive position on the river Suir in Waterford since the century. Our short busy lives must look like an insignificant blur in its eyes.

On July 3rd at 8.p.m. the Official Launch of Summer Exhibition 2015 by the Cockleshell Gallery (on Tour) will take place.This show will exhibit paintings by Myself, Eileen Cloney, Maria Dowling,(Fermoy) Pierce Hackett, (Ballsbridge), Marie McGrath, Betty Murohy & Gwenda Wallace, with Basketry by Barbara Jane Kelly, and Photography by Padraig Molloy. The Official Launch will take place with the very kind assistance of visual artist Mr Paddy Lennon. I hope to see you all !!!!

On July 3rd at 8.p.m. the Official Launch of Summer Exhibition 2015 by the Cockleshell Gallery (on Tour) will take place.This show will exhibit paintings by Myself, Eileen Cloney, Maria Dowling,(Fermoy) Pierce Hackett, (Ballsbridge), Marie McGrath, Betty Murohy & Gwenda Wallace, with Basketry by Barbara Jane Kelly, and Photography by Padraig Molloy. The Official Launch will take place with the very kind assistance of visual artist Mr Paddy Lennon. I hope to see you all !!!!

"Wacky Whelks" by Orlaith Hamersley featured in  PAINTINGS ON THE PROM  The Promenade Festival July 4th and 5th 2015 Tramore, Co. Waterford.  http://thepromenadefestival.com

See 223 photos and 1 tip from 371 visitors to Tramore Beach. "When the tide is in, stand with your back to the sea and let the waves crash over you.

#Abstract #Sunset in #Bonmahon #CopperCoast #Ireland #Art

#Abstract #Sunset in #Bonmahon #CopperCoast #Ireland #Art

Dungarvan Observer, 27-3-2015 Copper Coast Geopark promoting local art

Dungarvan Observer, 27-3-2015 Copper Coast Geopark promoting local art

Happy #Easter from #Bunmahon on the beautiful #CopperCoast #Waterford

Happy #Easter from #Bunmahon on the beautiful #CopperCoast #Waterford

Working Hands, an art exhibition in the Copper Coast Geopark Visitors Centre by Orlaith Hamersley, features detailed preparation drawings outlining a hand or hands in the act of painting, knitting or crocheting and larger acrylic on canvas of the same subject. Orlaith Hamersley says "I often draw my inspiration from the natural environment, but my Working Hands exhibition was inspired by what I love to do, I have a keen interest in the crafts, particularly needle craft, my detailed pencil…

Working Hands, an art exhibition in the Copper Coast Geopark Visitors Centre by Orlaith Hamersley, features detailed preparation drawings outlining a hand or hands in the act of painting, knitting or crocheting and larger acrylic on canvas of the same subject. Orlaith Hamersley says "I often draw my inspiration from the natural environment, but my Working Hands exhibition was inspired by what I love to do, I have a keen interest in the crafts, particularly needle craft, my detailed pencil…

I'm delighted to confirm that my "Whacky Whelks" #ArtExhibition will run for another couple of weeks in the open art space at the Coastguard Cultural Center Love lane, #Tramore. www.hamersleyaer.com

I'm delighted to confirm that my "Whacky Whelks" #ArtExhibition will run for another couple of weeks in the open art space at the Coastguard Cultural Center Love lane, #Tramore. www.hamersleyaer.com

“Whacky Whelks” is a collection of bright energetic acrylic paintings and reproductions that capture the ever changing colour and texture of the coast. The Open Art Space in the Coastguard Cultural Centre, Tramore plays host to a light hearted exhibition of my paintings and reproductions. Brighten up your spring with a visit to this friendly cosy gallery and café, the exhibition will run from Feb 16th to Mar 2nd 2015. For more details visit www.hamersleyart.com

“Whacky Whelks” is a collection of bright energetic acrylic paintings and reproductions that capture the ever changing colour and texture of the coast. The Open Art Space in the Coastguard Cultural Centre, Tramore plays host to a light hearted exhibition of my paintings and reproductions. Brighten up your spring with a visit to this friendly cosy gallery and café, the exhibition will run from Feb 16th to Mar 2nd 2015. For more details visit www.hamersleyart.com

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