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    Anne Merrins 'The Book Worm'

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    Clodagh Redden 'Bronze and Ceramic sculpture'

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    Roisin O'Farrell "Ambledown cottage'

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    Mark O'Neil 'Morning Mist'

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    Mark O'Neil 'Patient Lady'

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    Neal Grieg 'Ballinglen wood'

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    Jin Yong 'Leopard'

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    Padraig McCaul 'Under Patrick's shadow'

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    Anne Merrins 'End of the Regatta - Roundstone'

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    Deirdre Walsh 'Whimsey'

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    Leonard Sexton 'Balbriggan Harbour'

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    Ani Mollereau 'Otter'

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    Patrick Cahill 'At the Market'

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    Liam butler 'Joy'

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    Robert Jayet 'Triple Bronze Herons'

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    Margo Banks 'Flock Going Home'

Welcome to The Whitethorn Gallery

The Whitethorn Gallery is in Clifden, Connemara’s capital, which nestles in the foothills of the Twelve Bens mountain range in Co. Galway.

Situated between two other lovely galleries on the sunny side of Main Street – Clifden’s own “Left Bank” – we are very much a mainstream gallery, showing works by some of the best contemporary artists that Ireland has to offer, together with a number of fine European artists. We also participate in a number of shows and exhibitions around the country annually.

The gallery is owned and directed by the award winning artist Anne Merrins.

Web enquiries are always welcome, and we are happy to ship anywhere in the world. However, if you can, why not come and visit us in Clifden with its twin spires – there’s nowhere better on a fine day!

 

 

Featured Artists

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Latest News and Updates

 

28May, 2017

‘Kenneth Webb at 90’

May 28th, 2017|

We at The Whitethorn Gallery would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to our dear Kenneth Webb on the launch last week of his huge retrospective Exhibition with Gladwell & Patterson in London ‘Kenneth Webb at 90’

Such a major achievement and a celebration of a long life dedicated to the Arts. 

Kenneth at 90 is still painting, still riding horses, still living live to the full. 

We wish him and Joan and all the family continued good health into the future, and we hope he continues to delight us with more beautiful vibrant landscapes showcasing his beloved Connemara.