Visual Arts

Main Exhibition 2024

DH, 2019, oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm
Graham, Patrick
Miseon Lee
The Kite Flyer

‘Visual Presence’ Boyle Arts Festival 2024.

35th year of The Boyle Arts Festival will open in the magnificent setting of King House, Boyle on Thursday 18th July.

‘Visual Presence’ will bring together leading artists from across the Island of Ireland and continues the strong North-South flavour that has characterised the exhibition annually over the past 35 years.

2024 will see the presentation of the 5th Annual Fergus Ahern Award, Fergus worked tirelessly to place the Boyle Arts Festival on a national platform, earning it a place as one of Ireland’s most anticipated and prestigious summer celebrations of the arts.

150 Artists Including:

Norman Ackroyd, Cathy Bacon, Brian Ballard, Zsolt Basti, John Behan, Katherine Boucher Beug, John Busher,  Ursula Burke, Diarmuid Breen, Mike Byrne, James Cahill,  Anna Campbell, Steve Cannon, Tom Climent, Daniel Coleman, Simon Cook,Malachy Costello, Sian Costello, Orla de Brí. Caoimhe Dalton,  Leah Davis, John Doherty, Joe Dunne, Martin Finnin, Julian Friers, Matthew Gammon, Rowan Gillespie,  Graham Gingles, Ian Gordon, Patrick Graham,   Pat Harris, Stephanie Hess, Carol Hodder,  Raphael Hynes, Christy Keeney,  Bernadette Kiely,  Vera Klute, Nick Miller,   Miseon Lee, Susan Mannion,  Andrzej Mazur,  Noel Murphy, Michael McGuinness,   Hughie O’Donoghue, Will O’Kane,  Peter Pearson,  Andy Parsons,  Cilla Patton,  Michael Quane,  Ann Quinn, Marc Reilly  Neil Shawcross, Mark Shields, John Shinnors, Maria Simonds-Gooding, Fiona Smith, Ger Sweeney, Donal Teskey,  Christine Thery,  Vadim Tuzov,  Kathy Tynan,  Catherine Weld,  Lorcan Walshe, Colin Watson and Chris Wilson.

 

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