Works of art at St Fer­gal’s to mark the parish’s 40th

Bray People - - NEWS -

St Fer­gal’s Parish is in its 40th ju­bilee year, and one of the events to mark the oc­ca­sion was last week’s art ex­hi­bi­tion at St Fer­gal’s School.

School board of man­age­ment chair­man John Hey­wood of­fi­cially opened the ex­hi­bi­tion, which in­volved a wealth of artists, work­ing in a va­ri­ety of me­dia.

There were wa­ter­colours, oils, glycee prints, pho­tog­ra­phy and more.

Cllr Joe Be­han was one of the speak­ers at the open­ing event, with artist Peter Growney in­tro­duc­ing the guests.

The event ran over an en­tire week­end and in­cluded some won­der­ful art works.

Some of the ex­hibitors in­cluded Re­becca Cor­ri­gan, Laura Ka­vanah and Daniel McDyer from Sun­beam House Ser­vices. All of their paint­ings were sold and their col­leagues at Sun­beam House were ex­tremely proud of their artists.

The event in­cluded a raf­fle at the end of the ex­hi­bi­tion. A lim­ited edi­tion gi­clee print by Peter Grown­ery was won by Mary Doyle. John Tracey was de­lighted to win a clock do­nated by John Kelly of Nadurtha De­sign.

The an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion is a high­light of the cal­en­dar for artists in the Bray area.

An­nie Nash, Mary Doyle, Herbie Cof­fey, Joe Car­roll and Peter Growney.

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