WINE, CHEESE AND ART CONTEMPORARY

21Jun10

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With more than a splash of vino and a feast from Stilton-covered crackers to chocolate-wrapped rice nibbles, Thursday night’s exhibition began with a bang and kept on going!

Walls adorned with art contemporary surrounded a center-floor equipped with bespoke seating; a lower-level wine and catering table was manned by two handy helpers and the visitors were never without.

The ArtTraffic Founding Arists’ Exhibition was held (and is still set up for your viewing pleasure) at 102 Upper George Street, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin at the Brian S Nolan Gallery. Art contemporary from Rod Coyne, Mark O’Neill and Mo Kelly was precisely and perfectly set amid room and extra detail lighting.

Over 100 people came and went through the front doors in a constant rush of admirers and prospective buyers. Two trips to the local shops had to be made in order to cater for the customers and ArtTraffic has had several follow-up calls about buying artwork ranging from just a a few hundred euros to well over three thousand!

And the best thing is, you can go and visit right now, as the exhibition is still well and truly open…Just bring your own wine this time!

Enjoy the photographs, and please do email us if you have any questions about the event, the art or the artists.

Thanks!

R

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2 Responses to “WINE, CHEESE AND ART CONTEMPORARY”

  1. 1 Arttraffic

    Please leave a comment

  2. 2 Ian Faulds

    We had a great night…and well done with the work you sold.


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