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SUNDAY INDEPENDENT- KINTSUGI EXHIBITION @ GORMLEYS

SUNDAY INDEPENDENT- KINTSUGI EXHIBITION @ GORMLEYS

Patrick O'Reilly's energy and versatility are evident. There's his carved ash 'Emmental Table', the tabletop-shaped slice of Swiss cheese, his abstract oil on canvases, a sculpture called 'Rush Hour' made from scissors, the small, playful bronze bear sculptures, the...

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Patrick O’Reilly at Mayfair Art Week

Patrick O’Reilly at Mayfair Art Week

Patrick O’Reilly Bear With Fire Bucket Bronze, 170 x 147 cm Presented by Gormley’s Fine Art Gormley’s Fine Art (Dublin) are presenting three works by Patrick O’Reilly for the Mayfair Sculpture exhibition. Bear with Bucket skips along just outside the entrance to The...

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Patrick O’Reilly at Adare Manor

Patrick O’Reilly at Adare Manor

Adare Manor Hotel have welcomed a monumental new bronze artwork by Patrick O’Reilly to their grounds. The piece represents a large bear skipping across the launched golf course. The large work was unveiled after St Patrick’s Day as part of the nationwide celebrations....

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Patrick O’Reilly: making hay and other art that shines

Patrick O’Reilly: making hay and other art that shines

Patrick O’Reilly’s wild eclecticism can be perplexing, but his latest work, a giant haystack in a church, is a thrilling success. How often is it that you smell a work of art before you see it? Patrick O’Reilly’s Haystack (The Consideration of the Planets , 2013),...

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Happiness in a can: sculptor keen to brighten up lives

Happiness in a can: sculptor keen to brighten up lives

ALMOST HALF a century after Andy Warhol signalled the birth of pop art with Campbell’s Soup cans, the tin can is still making shapes in the art world in the form of a 10m cathedral by artist Patrick O’Reilly. The towering sculpture contains between 4,000 and 5,000...

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