Welcome to Kilcock Art Gallery

Temporarily Closed due to Covid-19

In order to help contain the spread of Coronavirus, the safety of staff, artists, visitors, and neighbours, Kilcock Art Gallery is temporarily closed.

42 yrs established in Kildare, we have seen how museums, galleries, and cultural institutions have shown their strength in the wake of crises. As always, we remain firmly committed to supporting the arts community in Ireland and beyond. Whilst closed, we invite you to continue to explore our previous and upcoming exhibitions online, view our artworks on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. If you would like to contact the gallery, just call Breda Smyth +353 86 257 8283 or email me info@kilcockartgallery.ie to answer any questions you might have.

The Upcoming exhibitions by Kathrine Geoghegan “Shifting Sands… a Startling Evolution” about the North Bull Island on Dublin Bay.
Josephine Grant’s exhibition and Eithne Ryan’s exhibition of paintings
Are all to be postponed until a later date.
Wishing everyone good health and keep safe.
Breda Smyth.

Kildare’s Premier Art Gallery, Kilcock Art Gallery was established in 1978 by Breda Smyth with the official opening by George Campbell R.H.A., one of Ireland’s leading artists who died in 1979.  Since then the gallery has been dealing in Fine Paintings, Sculpture and Prints by leading names in Irish Art. Stay in touch for details on upcoming exhibitions by signing up to our mailing list.

New Paintings by Trevor Geoghegan

Browse to view a range of artwork available in the gallery

“Interpretations in Printmaking”

Christmas Exhibition curated by Robert Russell of Graphic Print Studio

Artists exhibiting:-

James McCreary, Rebecca Homfray, Sylvia Hemmingway Veronica Calerio, Ann Morris, Aidan Flanagan,Marta Wakuca-Mac, Andrey Kilty, Katie Walsh, Margaret Becker, Michelle Sweetman, Melissa Cherry,Eileen Keane, Val Hennigan, Deirdre Shanley, Mary McGrath, Katherine Smits, Pauline Kinehan,Pamela de Bri, Frank Rafter, Gay O’Neill, Angelina Foster.

A wonderful exhibition for purchasing a Special Art Gift for Christmas.

Two price points only All  €150 & €250 until 21st December 2019 

Exhibition opens November 30th and continues Wednesdays to Saturdays until 21st December 2019

Wednesdays to Saturdays 11am to 4pm.

Recent Exhibition:

“Reflections

Exhibition by John Behan R.H.A.

Upcoming Exhibitions

John Behan R.H.A. “Reflections”  Bronze Sculptures. From May 15th to June 14th

Kilcock Art Gallery is delighted to celebrate Ireland’s finest sculptor John Behan’s “Reflections” of 50 years as a sculptor. He is known for his remarkable and numerous public sculptures, such as the monumental ‘National Famine Memorial’ in County Mayo and the life-size ‘Arrival’ ship sited outside the United Nations building in New York – a gift to the UN from the Irish Government in 2000. His work is included in many private collections including that of Mary McAleese, Mary Robinson, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Bill & Hillary Clinton,  Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, The Crawford Municipal Gallery and the National Gallery of Ireland.

Manus Walsh,  New Paintings of the Burren and Spain,  7th September 2019

Sarah Corner, New Oil paintings, Watercolours and Drawings, October, 2019

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