19th September – 11th November 2012
Serial scribbler Carolyn Treacy will be exhibiting an exciting collection of illustrations and drawings at Cronin’s Pub, Crosshaven. The exhibition will open on Wednesday evening, 19th September at 7pm and all are welcome to attend.
Cork born artist Carolyn is inspired by the city has lived in London, Berlin and New York. This exhibition, entitled “Window Boxes” is a collection of stories and observations from these bustling urban environments.
Carolyn graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design with a BA in Fine Art and in 2008 completed a post graduate diploma in character animation from central Saint Martin’s College in London. She has also worked on various animation and illustration projects, including “Transcriptions”, a collaboration between the National Gallery of London and Central St. Martins. Carolyn has also exhibited in many group exhibitions both home and abroad including “State of the Art” group show in the Gulbenkian Gallery, Royal College of Art, London. Most recently she was involved in “Living Art” at IMOCA, Dublin and “This Space” at the Little Green St. Gallery. She has also exhibited in New York, a result of an illustration residency in the School of visual Arts, New York.
The exhibition will run until November 11th in Cronin’s Pub, Crosshaven. Admission is free and is open daily. This show is also part of the Cork Culture night trail.
Cronin’s is a popular seaside pub is also home to Crosshaven Film Club. The club host monthly art house, classic and cinema screenings throughout the winter, and is now accepting new members for the 2012/13 season. This years opening film is “Inside I’m Dancing” the poignant and hilariously funny film by Irish director Damien O’Donnell and will be screened on Monday, October 1st. See crosshavenfilmclub.eventbrite.ie for membership details and further information.