Introducing Hilary Molloy

Hilary Molloy is a wildlife and landscape artist that we are thrilled to welcome here to the Kilbaha Gallery. Hilary has made North Clare her home; which, as an artist, is hardly surprising considering her current surroundings now range from the Burren to Ballyvaughan and are a constant source of inspiration. We describe Hilary’s style as…

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A New Season at The Kilbaha Gallery

There might be a chill in the air, (thanks Siberia!!) but Spring has definitely arrived here at the Kilbaha Gallery. With the introduction of new art from our resident artists, new Irish products on our shelves and some new artists also coming on board, this year promises to be our most exciting yet. We will continue, of course, to also…

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year Although storm Fionn has hit the West Coast of County Clare rather hard – and technically the actual gallery here in Kilbaha won’t be open to the public for another couple of weeks – Ailish and I (and my incredible mother) are here beavering away, stock taking, moving, wrapping and facing the…

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Artists Interview: Vincent Killowry

Vincent Killowry is a full time artist from Clare. Established as a leading painter of transport subjects along with landscape, equestrian and portraits, Vincent’s great reputation goes far and wide. Increased demand for his work saw Vincent move to painting as a full time career at the end of 2003 and he has had a…

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Happy Christmas

To all our wonderful customers and friends What a year it has been. We feel extremely privileged to be still here, doing what we love the most, in the place we love the most. This year we were very lucky to have Rosie join our small but wonderful team here at the Gallery. We are…

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Interview: Carmel Madigan – Artist

Carmel T. Madigan grew up by the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, at the famous Bridges of Ross on the Loop Head peninsula- in fact, only a stones throw away from the Gallery here. Carmel strives to experiment, to explore, to use materials in different way than their intended use, to be uncontrolled and insecure,…

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