Come along to the opening of our new art exhibition, this Wednesday, 16 October at 7pm. Combining the talents of three artists, we are pleased to be hosting a new exhibition of work by Triona O’Neill, Jackie O’Driscoll and Noel Armstrong.
Noel Armstrong, is a self taught artist, living in Monkstown. His work is a range of seascapes and landscapes, but in the last year he has delved into portraiture. Noel uses a range of mediums for his paintings including acrylics and pastels, but his favorite method is oil paints, using a palette knife on slate material.
Triona O’Neill, is from Kinsale and is based in Carrigaline. No stranger to Crosshaven, or Cronin’s, Triona has also taken part in our celebrity chef series a number of years back. Painting animals, flora and fauna and nature scenes, Triona loves to use soft pastels, blending colour and texture.
Jackie O’Driscoll lives in Carrigaline and has a special love for painting, calligraphy and card making. Jackie began painting in 1992 using watercolours. She took a break from painting for a few years and began attending classes with Monica Jones, Professional Artist, Carrigaline. Jackie changed media to oils and is using them since. Influenced by the style of Irish artist Percy French, she mostly paints landscapes and seascapes.
We hope you enjoy this special mix of art and creativity which will be on show in Cronin’s and the Mad Fish Restaurant until November 24th.