Richard Scott Sculpture at Ballymaloe 2018

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IMG_5958The annual “Richard Scott Sculpture @ Ballymaloe” opened at Ballymaloe House, Shanagarry, Co. Cork on Thursday 21st June 2018. It was a beautiful summers evening for the opening.

Forty sculptures, mainly stone and some bronze are on show in the park lands of Ballymaloe. I have one new work on show, “Lily”. Other exhibitors are Jason Ellis, Stephen Burke, Richard Healy, Eileen MacDonagh, James Horan, Sonia Caldwell,  Redmond Herrity,  Eugene o’Malley to name a few and also my fellow 9 Stone Artist,  Gwen Wilkinson.

Well done to Richard Scott for getting a great show together. Also, a big thank you to Hazel and Rory of Ballymaloe for looking after us so well and giving us a deliceous dinner, it was lovely. The exhibition is on for the entire summer (until 31 August) and Richard will be giving a guided tour of the works every Tuesday and Thursday at 6.00pm.

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Martin Lyttle is a recognised Irish stone sculptor. With a sensitivity to the local lithology of an area, Martin works only with local Irish stone from quarries or found stone. He is interested in organic shapes and forms especially those found in nature. Much of his work is hand-polished so his works are wonderful to touch and hold. His work has been selected for the Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibitions and he has completed large scale public and private commissions. He is a member of FORM designmade in Carlow and the Blackstairs 9 Stones Artists Groups.

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