Artist for a Month | Sinéad McKillican at Normoyle Frawley Gallery


Artist for a Month | Sinéad McKillican at Normoyle Frawley Gallery Date/Time
Date(s) - 21/04/2022 - 21/05/2022

35 John\'s Street Limerick V94T627





Normoyle Frawley Gallery, Art Mad, Limerick (@artmadartsupplies)

N.F.G’s mission is to promote and support new and established artists through our inhouse Gallery.

Our new ‘Artist for the Month’ is LSAD graduate Sinéad McKillican (@sineadmckillicanart). This vibrant Solo Exhibition showcases a selection of Sinéad’s unique 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional colourful artworks; and all works are available for purchase.

Sinéad is an Irish contemporary artist drawn to minimalism and abstract forms. Sinéad transitioned from a career as an architectural technician to a visual artist over several years. Experiences, skills, and knowledge gleaned from these activities blend seamlessly into Sinéad’s contemporary practice; and continue to foster her fascination with art, design and construction. Compositions emerge through an iterative process. Currently, flexi-plywood offers Sinéad the ability to transform a visual static into something livelier and more expressive. Outcomes comprise of a fusion of simple shapes, forms, neutral colours and a limited materials palette; elements key to tantalising the viewers optical and tactile senses. Sinéad’s intention is to celebrate each visual as a unique physical object.

Previously Sinéad exhibited work at the Limerick City Gallery of Art, Royal Hibernian Academy, Belltable, Circuit Art, K-Fest, The Hunt Museum, Limerick and The Courthouse Gallery & Studios, Co. Clare. Some of Sinead’s awards include works purchased by Limerick City Gallery of Art and The Hunt Museum, Limerick. Currently Sinéad also has work included in ‘SVITTLO’ an event organised to raised funds for Ukraine refugees.


Opening Times

9.30am – 5.30pm     Mon – Fri

10.00am – 1.00pm   Sat


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