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'Sinéad at her Desk’, Acrylic Marker on Paper, 76x57cm, 2014

Visual Art: Flowers Floating Either Way by Sinéad Fahey at KCAT Arts Centre

1 - 9 Jul 2017 (Past)

KCAT Arts Centre, Callan, Co Kilkenny

“My work is about the feeling I have inside”

You are invited to the opening of Flowers Floating Either Way, a retrospective exhibition of work by Sinéad Fahey on Saturday 1st July 2017 at 3pm. The exhibition continues until Sunday 9th July, and is open daily 12pm – 5pm.

Sinéad Fahey was born in 1973 in Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary.

Living in Carrick-on-Suir and working in the weavery in Grangemockler Camphill, Sinéad wanted to develop her artistic skills. She spent two years on the KCAT Art Course and then progressed to the Studio where over the years she has developed her own distinctive style. This was brought vividly to life through her co-designing of The Big River parade, working in conjunction with Macnas, Galway. Sinéad has travelled to Belgium, Holland and Japan for residencies and exhibitions.

Also opening 1st July is ‘Life and Local’ a joint exhibition by Noel McCormack and KCAT Studio artist Margaret Walker at 4.30 pm in St. Brigid’s College, Callan


Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent
Sinéad Fahey