ADDRESS

27 South William Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 613 9908
info@keelinggallery.com

WEB

www.keelinggallery.com

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The Keeling Gallery

The Keeling Gallery was set up in November 2009 by artist Vincent Keeling. It is located on Dublin's cultural South William Street. One of the attractions of the gallery is that besides serving as an exhibition space it also acts as a studio for Vincent who works on site, and thus offers people that opportunity to see an artist at work. Besides exhibiting paintings by Vincent, and metal sculpture by brother Mark Keeling, the gallery also shows work by a wide range of other artists including:

Brian McCarthy, Chris McMorrow, Laura Mulligan, Sharon McDaid, Alan Kenny, Paul Kerr, Jack Kirwan, Jimmy Lawlor, Ludmila Korol, Syra Larkin, Dominique Beyens, Louise McKeon, Adrienne M Finnerty, Louise Mansfield and Caroline Ryan.

There are small prints available from 20 Euro and large original oil paintings for several thousand. Whatever your taste or budget there should be something for you!

Click here to for more information


 



The Keeling Gallery

ADDRESS

27 South William Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 613 9908
info@keelinggallery.com

WEB

www.keelinggallery.com

Share

The Keeling Gallery was set up in November 2009 by artist Vincent Keeling. It is located on Dublin's cultural South William Street. One of the attractions of the gallery is that besides serving as an exhibition space it also acts as a studio for Vincent who works on site, and thus offers people that opportunity to see an artist at work. Besides exhibiting paintings by Vincent, and metal sculpture by brother Mark Keeling, the gallery also shows work by a wide range of other artists including:

Brian McCarthy, Chris McMorrow, Laura Mulligan, Sharon McDaid, Alan Kenny, Paul Kerr, Jack Kirwan, Jimmy Lawlor, Ludmila Korol, Syra Larkin, Dominique Beyens, Louise McKeon, Adrienne M Finnerty, Louise Mansfield and Caroline Ryan.

There are small prints available from 20 Euro and large original oil paintings for several thousand. Whatever your taste or budget there should be something for you!

Click here to for more information


 



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