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Ed Mil­iano. Ballinglen Gallery, Bal­ly­cas­tle,CoMay­oUn­tilNovem­ber 30thballin­gle­narts­foun­da­ The painter and de­signer Ed Mil­iano, a New Yorker by birth, has long been based in Ire­land and re­cently, by virtue of the fact that his spouse is in the Ir­ish diplo­matic ser­vice, he spent time in Ja­pan – no or­di­nary place. His en­counter with Ja­pan melded per­fectly with his own per­sonal aes­thetic and re­sulted in a rich body of work re­flect­ing his en­dur­ing in­ter­est in gar­dens, na­ture and land­scape.


Re­cent paint­ings by Una Sealy. Lavit Gallery,Wan­des­fordQuay,CorkUn­til Oc­to­ber27thlav­it­ Known for her vivid ac­counts of land­scape, in­te­ri­ors and peo­ple, of­ten with a coastal flavour – she lives in Howth – Una Sealy here con­sid­ers peo­ple and places, and how they in­ter­act. As ever she works from life, and cap­tures a sense of time pass­ing, of the in­stan­ta­neous mo­ment and mem­ory.


MitJaiIn­nandSvenAn­der­son.RuaRed, South Dublin Arts Cen­tre, Tal­laght, Co DublinUn­tilDe­cem­ber1stru­ Five huge can­vases in­scribed with tex­tured lay­ers of colour by Jai Inn, jux­ta­posed with bat­ter­ies of tiny black-and-white video mon­i­tors flick­er­ing with video im­agery by Sven An­der­son. Cu­ra­tor Jen­nie Guy has in mind the way we try to com­pre­hend

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