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Art Exhibition
Friday 21 May 2021   
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Friday 21 May 2021

An Art Exhibition of the work of 15 local artists is being hosted in the former Monsoon store at The Quays Shopping Centre for two weeks.

The exhibitions contains many genres from landscape to portraits to pet paintings, to surreal to still life.

Artists include Joe Galbraith, Michael Boyle, Shannon Matthews, Marie Thompson, Ashlene McAnulty, Aisling Smith, Grace Murdock, Brandubh (Winifred Collins), Wiktoria Hebda, Catherine Irwin, Laura O'Reilly, Tracey Cunningham, Marion Clarke, Moira Maginn and Emma Carr.

The Exhibition runs from now to Friday 21 May and is in a unit on the right hand side as you walk down towards Debenhams. All paintings are for sale.

Location The Quays Shopping Centre
BT35 8QS

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