I am delighted to share the good news that my most recent artwork is now on display on the walls of Kennedy’s Food Store on Vernon Avenue in Clontarf! I am so happy to be given this opportunity for some local exposure!The pieces on display are colourful and contemporary and are inspired by nature and the beauty of Clontarf. Some also depict the iconic architecture of Dublin City Centre.
Please feel free to drop into Kennedy’s (upstairs) to have a closer look.. The food is yummy and the staff are lovely too!
A big thank you to Tara Carr of Tara Carr Design for helping in the set-up and hanging of the work and thanks also to Shane Bourke at Kennedy’s for this opportunity!
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Delighted for you. Couldn’t happen to a nicer person. May you have all the luck in the world.
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Thank you so much Dom. Kind words from a kind man. Amy
How wonderful! They look amazing.
Sorry only seeing your comment now!! Thanks a mill…sitting here with designer block!! Hope all is going well with your design empire!
Saw your pictures today, they are fab! Just sitting having a coffee and noticed them, slightly out of my budget but one day!
Thanks for your lovely comment about my prints Lorna!
Hi Amy ,
I love your prints , particularly as I grew up in Dublin ( Coolock … but not the coolock that gets bad press …. ). Myself and my husband spect three years living in Clontarf too .
I found you on Etsy and plan to purchase sth soon .
We have a local framing shop in Carlow town , the prices are ridiculous……
I just left a beautiful map of my much loved castle haven bay & islands … to be framed … and it’s beyond crazy …
If you could suggest a framer … who is good and competitively priced .. it makes purchasing a print for framing …I’d be most greatful !
Great work .!!
Sorry I’m only seeing your lovely message now!!!
I can recommend a framer in Baldoyle Industrial Estate called Blue Ribbon. Prices for framing can be very high I know but this crowd is always reasonable!
Many thanks again,