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1st December 2012 – 30th January 2013

12.30pm- 5.30pm

ADDRESS

Mill Theatre, Dundrum Town Centre Dundrum, Dublin 16

CONTACT

+35312969340
aoife@milltheatre.ie

WEB

www.milltheatre.ie

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A Winter's Tale Paintings & Print

The works in this exhibition span a period of time.  Sheila’s work has always reflected her life and “A Winter’s Tale” represents a journey, providing a chance to look back, while looking toward the future.

Sheila works in Acrylic and Ink on canvas, paper and wood and whatever captures the spirit of her ideas!

Sheila McCarron hails from the stoney grey soil of Co. Monaghan. After completing a BA Hons Degree in Visual Communication at the University of Ulster in Belfast in 1999, Sheila went on to exhibit her work throughout Ireland and abroad.  Her CV includes the Iontas Theatre, Monaghan, An Grianán, Donegal, The Grand Opera House Belfast, The Waterfront Hall Belfast, The Crawford Art Gallery Cork and Turn Gallery in Berlin to name a few. She has completed private and public commissions for Belfast Health
& Social Care Trust, Young at Art Belfast, Raymond Weil for Irish Autism
Action and has received awards from Culture Ireland and the Arts Council.

Opening reception: 5.00pm – 6.30pm Saturday 1st December 2012

Monday-Saturday 12.30pm-5.30pm

Open late when performance in Main Auditorium
(Tues-Sat)

A Winter's Tale Paintings & Print

1st December 2012 – 30th January 2013

12.30pm- 5.30pm

ADDRESS

Mill Theatre, Dundrum Town Centre Dundrum, Dublin 16

CONTACT

+35312969340
aoife@milltheatre.ie

WEB

www.milltheatre.ie

Share

The works in this exhibition span a period of time.  Sheila’s work has always reflected her life and “A Winter’s Tale” represents a journey, providing a chance to look back, while looking toward the future.

Sheila works in Acrylic and Ink on canvas, paper and wood and whatever captures the spirit of her ideas!

Sheila McCarron hails from the stoney grey soil of Co. Monaghan. After completing a BA Hons Degree in Visual Communication at the University of Ulster in Belfast in 1999, Sheila went on to exhibit her work throughout Ireland and abroad.  Her CV includes the Iontas Theatre, Monaghan, An Grianán, Donegal, The Grand Opera House Belfast, The Waterfront Hall Belfast, The Crawford Art Gallery Cork and Turn Gallery in Berlin to name a few. She has completed private and public commissions for Belfast Health
& Social Care Trust, Young at Art Belfast, Raymond Weil for Irish Autism
Action and has received awards from Culture Ireland and the Arts Council.

Opening reception: 5.00pm – 6.30pm Saturday 1st December 2012

Monday-Saturday 12.30pm-5.30pm

Open late when performance in Main Auditorium
(Tues-Sat)

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