Fairs & Exhibitions

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  • Winter Group Show
    28 January 2016  -  26 February 2016

    Winter Group Show

    A group exhibition of work by represented gallery artists. view exhibition
  • Winter Group Show

    group exhibition of work by represented gallery artists.
  • The Affordable Art Fair Battersea 2016
    9 March 2016  -  13 March 2016

    The Affordable Art Fair Battersea 2016

    The Doorway Gallery is back again at The AFFORDABLE ART FAIR, Battersea Park, London at Stand Number F2. view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • The Affordable Art Fair Battersea 2016

    About The Affordable Art Fair

    When Will Ramsay founded the fair in 1999 his aim was to make contemporary art accessible to everyone, and to show you don’t need to be an art expert or a millionaire to enjoy and buy art. Fifteen years on The Affordable Art Fair is the leading showcase in the UK for contemporary art under £4,000 having welcomed over 1.4 million visitors buying over £203 million worth of art.

    How did it all start?

    In 1996 Will opened Will’s Art Warehouse in south west London to bridge the increasing interest in contemporary art and the London gallery scene. By concentrating on relatively unknown artists not carrying a premium for reputation, the gallery was able to offer works from £50 – £2,500 from a stable of over 150 artists. The response to Will’s Art Warehouse encouraged Will to take his approach to the next level, and in October 1999 he launched the first Affordable Art Fair in Battersea Park. 10,000 visitors took advantage of the ease of buying, breadth of choice, affordable prices and user-friendly approach.
    AAF has also become something of a global phenomenon with fairs taking place in  Amsterdam, Brussels, New York, Milan, Singapore, Hamburg, Mexico City, Seattle, Stockholm, Hong Kong and Maastricht.. 

    But Will didn’t just stop with the Affordable Art Fair, oh no. He also founded contemporary art-hub PULSE, held annually in New York and Miami; co-founded Asia’s leading art fair, the prestigious ART HK (which has since become Art Basel in Hong Kong); as well as being a shareholder in Art India, the sub-continent’s first international art fair, attracting over 190,000 visitors since its launch in 2008.

    Wherever there’s art, there’s Will.

    We are exhibiting at :

    STAND F2


    ANY OF THE WORKS PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY

  • Tony O'Connor Solo show - “The Equus Connection”
    7 April 2016  -  5 May 2016

    Tony O'Connor Solo show - “The Equus Connection”

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by Tony O’Connor called ‘The Equus Connection’ on Thursday, April 7th between 6-7.30pm on 24 South Frederick Street. The exhibition will be officially opened by former jockey and broadcaster, Tracy Piggott, best known for her work commentating on horse racing on Irish state broadcaster RTÉ. view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • Tony O'Connor Solo show - “The Equus Connection”

    The Equus Connection

    An exhibition of new paintings by Tony O’Connor

    April 7th – May 5th

    The Doorway Gallery, 24 South Frederick St, Dublin 2.

     

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by Tony O’Connor called ‘The Equus Connection’ on Thursday, April 7th between 6-7.30pm on 24 South Frederick Street. The exhibition will be officially opened by former jockey and broadcaster, Tracy Piggott, best known for her work commentating on horse racing on Irish state broadcaster RTÉ.

     

    No other animal is connected with our language more than the horse. Whether you’re looking at a gift horse, a dark horse, a dead horse, from your high horse, from a one horse town, holding your horses or being dragged by wild horses or have the kind of horse that can be led to water but won’t drink it. This new exhibition of work by Tony O Connor is a Horse of a Different Colour.

    In his new works, the horses appear luminous & lucid in a contraposition to the sombre & sunless background. The contrast of the vivid and warm tones coalesce in a harmonic symmetry in the murky shadows. There is a soulfulness and quiet strength in these works, where again, the eye of the horse is the window to its soul.

    “A large and liquid eye… the swirl of dust around pounding hooves… these, then, are the images that move us”

    In his “Storm” series, Tony looks for the connection between the horse and nature. Gone is dark background and quiet strength, here we see the powerful, wild horse in all his full glory. Connections with the base elements, fire, water, wind and earth run through these pieces. Looser, more expressionistic brushstrokes stoke the embers for a new style of work. Raw energy and dynamism are characterized in these works. 

    The title image “Unconditional” is perhaps the most “outside” piece of the show, as it physically represents the connection between horse and human.

    It was inspired by the following quote:

    “Horses carry the wisdom of healing in their hearts and offer it to any humans who possess the humility to listen”

     The Artist

    Born in Kerry in 1977, Tony O’Connor studied Fine Art at Crawford College of Art & Design where he also gained his Higher Diploma in Art Education. Presently, Tony can be found working at his Cork-based studio, creating ever-evolving pieces of equine art.

    Tony has a disciplined approach in his study of horse anatomy, and puts a great emphasis on technical execution. As with much of his work, the simplicity of the pieces serve to highlight the natural physical perfection of these animals. Anyone who appreciates classic elegance cannot but be drawn in.

    Reception Details:

    Date : April 7th

    Time: 6 – 7.30 pm

    Special Guest : Tracy Piggott,

     

    Refreshments Served

     

     

    Gallery opening Hours:

     

    Monday – Saturday 10.30-6pm

     

     

    For more information :

     

    www.thedoorwaygallery.com

     

  • The Doorway Gallery Summer Show
    2 June 2016  -  21 July 2016

    The Doorway Gallery Summer Show

    The Doorway Gallery Summer Show View
  • The Doorway Gallery Summer Show

    The Doorway Gallery Summer Show
  • The Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead
    15 June 2016  -  19 June 2016

    The Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead

    The Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • The Affordable Art Fair, Hampstead

     

    To redeem your tickets, simply follow these step-by-step instructions:
     

     

     
    Please note, each code is valid for 1 person, so if you will need to select 2 tickets when prompted.
     

     

    We are exhibiting at :

    STAND H2

    IF YOU WISH TO RESERVE ANY OF THE WORKS PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY

     

    Opening times

    Wednesday 15 June
    Charity Private View 5.30pm – 9.30pm

    Thursday 16 June 11.00am – 5.30pm
    Thursday Summer Art Soirée  5.30pm – 9.30pm

    Friday 17 June 11.00am – 6.00pm

    Saturday 18 June 11.00am – 6.00pm
    Sunday 19  June 11.00am – 6.00pm


    E: Denise@thedoorwaygallery.com

    T: +353 (0) 1 7645895

  • Padraig McCaul Solo show -  “When All Roads Lead Home”
    28 July 2016  -  25 August 2016

    Padraig McCaul Solo show - “When All Roads Lead Home”

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  • Padraig McCaul Solo show - “When All Roads Lead Home”

    When All Roads Lead Home

     

    An exhibition of new paintings by Padraig McCaul

     

    July 28th – August 25th  

     

    The Doorway Gallery, 24 South Frederick St, Dublin 2.

     

     

     

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by Padraig McCaul titled ‘When all roads lead home’ on Thursday, July 28th between 6-7.30pm on 24 South Frederick Street.

     

    ‘When All Roads Lead Home' features twenty five new paintings by Dublin born artist Padraig McCaul, which are  inspired by the beauty of the landscape and coastline of Ireland's west coast. McCaul presents the Irish landscape in a series of colour filled, evocative images, where broad strokes are preferred to fine detail and where simple, uncluttered compositions allow room for the viewer to get lost in the painting. Houses, roads, farm buildings, country lanes, all feature strongly in this latest exhibition.

     

    McCaul's paintings are inspired by the untamed landscapes and coastline of Ireland's wild Atlantic way. He works with oil on canvas, using a single palette knife and brush to create his semi-abstract, colour filled paintings. Since moving to Achill with his family in 2010, McCaul's evocative paintings of the west of Ireland have continued to evolve and now include more figurative work, sometimes based on, but always inspired by his own family.  McCaul's work is due to feature prominently in an upcoming nationwide marketing campaign for Eircode this summer.

     

    Padraig McCaul is a full time artist, originally from Dublin and now based on Achill Island, where he lives with his wife Anne and three children. His work is widely collected both internationally and at home.

     

     

    Reception Details:

    Date : July 28th  

    Time: 6 – 7.30 pm

    Refreshments Served

  • Angela Morgan Solo Show -  “Studying the world with a steady hand”
    1 September 2016  -  29 September 2016

    Angela Morgan Solo Show - “Studying the world with a steady hand”

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by Angela Morgan titled ‘Studying the world with a steady hand’ on Thursday, September 1st 29th between 6-7.30pm on 24 South Frederick Street. The Canadian ambassador, Kevin Vickers will be officially opening the exhibition on the night. view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • Angela Morgan Solo Show - “Studying the world with a steady hand”

    Studying the world with a steady hand 

    An exhibition of new paintings by Angela Morgan 

    September 1st – 29th   

    The Doorway Gallery, 24 South Frederick St, Dublin 2. 

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exhibition by Angela Morgan titled ‘Studying the world with a steady hand’ on Thursday, September 1st 29th between 6-7.30pm on 24 South Frederick Street. The Canadian ambassador, Kevin Vickers will be officially opening the exhibition on the night. 

    Angela Morgan (nee Harlton) lives and works in Fernie, B.C. The completion of her Bachelor in fine arts degree (BFA) in April of 2000 ended a ten year stretch of university education. Angela attended Bismarck State College in North Dakota, Concordia University in Montreal, University of Regina, and finally the University of Calgary. 

    Angela Morgan’s work celebrates humanity through the use of colour, pattern, and line. Her human figures express the poses of life; the jubilation of dance, the contemplation of parenthood, and the melancholy of summer’s end.  Colours fuse and meld to achieve gesture, transforming abstract images into living moments. 

    Angela is represented in galleries across Canada, Widen, Switzerland and Dublin, Ireland.  Locally, Angela can be found at her working studio in historic downtown Fernie.

     

     Reception Details:

    Date : Thursday, September 1st

    Special guest: Canadian ambassador, Kevin Vickers

    Time: 6 – 7.30 pm

    Refreshments Served

     

     


     

  • The Affordable Art fair - Bristol
    8 September 2016  -  11 September 2016

    The Affordable Art fair - Bristol

    Opening times Thursday 8th September Private View 5.30pm – 9.30pm Friday 9th September 11.00am – 8pm Saturday 10th September 11.00am – 7.00pm Sunday 11th September 11.00am – 5.00pm view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • The Affordable Art fair - Bristol

    Opening times
    Thursday 8th September
    Private View 5.30pm – 9.30pm
    Friday 9th September 11.00am – 8pm
    Saturday 10th September 11.00am – 7.00pm
    Sunday 11th September 11.00am – 5.00pm
  • Culture night 2016
    16 September 2016  -  16 September 2016

    Culture night 2016

    On Friday September 16th 2016, locals and visitors across the island of Ireland will enjoy the unique experience of Culture Night, a free night of entertainment, discovery and adventure taking place in towns, cities, counties and islands in Ireland. Museums, galleries, churches, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres will open their doors late into the evening welcoming people of all ages to taste and sample their cultural delights for free on the evening. view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • Culture night 2016

    Culture night is an annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. This year it will take place on Friday 16th September 2016. The Doorway gallery will be hosting a very special treat with artist, Roisin O’Farrell painting LIVE in the gallery from 6pm – 9pm, FREE OF CHARGE! Join us this Friday and see what The Doorway Gallery has to offer!

  • Cambridge Art Fair 2016
    29 September 2016  -  2 October 2016

    Cambridge Art Fair 2016

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  • Cambridge Art Fair 2016

    For FREE tickets please email the Gallery @ Denise@thedoorwaygallery.com

    We are exhibiting at :


    STAND B5 & B6

    Opening times

    Thursday 29th September
    Private View 5.30pm – 8.30pm

    Friday 30th September 10.30am – 5.30pm

    Saturday 1st October 10.30am – 5.30pm

    Sunday 2nd October 10.30am – 5.00pm

    E: Denise@thedoorwaygallery.com

    T: +353 (0) 1 7645895

    New Work from:

    Jackie Edwards
    Kate Beagan
    Ken Browne
    Christy Keeney
    Eithne Roberts
    Seamus Connolly
    Richard & Carol Ceramics
    & many more

  • Jack Hickey solo Show - 'Depart'
    15 October 2016  -  29 October 2016

    Jack Hickey solo Show - 'Depart'

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exclusive show by Jack Hickey. A show that is both intimate and exclusive. The show is entitled ‘Depart’. Jack opens the show with a special ‘Meet and Greet’, to answer any questions you may wish to ask the Artist himself. The show will take place Saturday October 15th, from 2-4pm, at No. 24 South Frederick St, and is scheduled to run from October 15th to October 29th. Jack Hickey took leave from Ireland to take up residency in Bordeaux. In the months before his return to Ireland, his habitat had been Cork City. It was during his time in Cork, that his new series of work ‘Depart’, was conceived. The incidental moments he captured in the lead up to his departure form a poignant narrative, with each painting having personal and considered significance. The ‘Depart’ series, follows his previous works in a loosely autobiographical thread. Take this opportunity to meet Jack and view his modest collection of photo realistic pieces of mastery. We really hope that you can attend the show view exhibition View Invite
  • Jack Hickey solo Show - 'Depart'

    'Depart'The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exclusive show by Jack Hickey. A show that is both intimate and exclusive. The show is entitled ‘Depart’. Jack opens the show with a special ‘Meet and Greet’, to answer any questions you may wish to ask the Artist himself. The show will take place Saturday October 15th, from 2-4pm, at No. 24 South Frederick St, and is scheduled to run from October 15th to October 29th.

     

    Jack Hickey took leave from Ireland to take up residency in Bordeaux. In the months before his return to Ireland, his habitat had been Cork City. It was during his time in Cork, that his new series of work ‘Depart’, was conceived. The incidental moments he captured in the lead up to his departure form a poignant narrative, with each painting having personal and considered significance. The ‘Depart’ series, follows his previous works in a loosely autobiographical thread.

     

    Take this opportunity to meet Jack and view his modest collection of photo realistic pieces of mastery.

     

    We really hope that you can attend the show


    Reception Details:

    Date: Saturday October 15th

    Special Guest: Jack Hickey will share an intimate ‘Meet & Greet’

    Time: 2 – 4 pm

    Refreshments Served

     

  • Nutgrove Arts Festival 2016
    27 October 2016  -  5 November 2016

    Nutgrove Arts Festival 2016

    Nutgrove Arts Festival 2016 October 27th – November 5th 2016 view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • Nutgrove Arts Festival 2016

    Nutgrove Arts Festival is an annual celebration of community arts and culture, taking place in the unique setting of Nutgrove Shopping Centre in South County Dublin. Now in its sixth year, the festival has become an integral part of the local area’s cultural calendar, welcoming a selection of exciting performers, musicians and dancers to take over the centre for ten days each year. The festival works as an informal and exciting medium to experience creativity in all its forms. With a variety of music and art workshops there will be plenty to inspire creativity in the local community at any age.



    OPENING LAUNCH: Friday October 28th
    TIME: 7.15 -8.30pm

    Drinks reception with Gary Ghoul, Fang and Wart-erella.
    Performances from : Leotards and Monologues , Chris Holland and Ruth Hegarty.

                                   

    Workshop events from : Music by Chris Holland, Wanda the Witch, Exploration Dome, Gravity Challenge, Kater4Kids, Dr.Brain and Banana Bot, Rachel Meadows Face Creations, Mad Professor Fun Science, Christien Van Bussel's Pottery Studio, Brain Busting Illusions, Artists Aidan McDermott & Ellen Malone, Ceramic Display by Richard & Carol ceramics, Photographer Colm Jackson, Art Classes by Christine Browne  and finally art Installations by Frank O’Dea



     

    ADDRESS: Nutgrove Shopping Centre, Rathfarnham D14.



    Events will take place daily through the festival October 27th – November 5th so please check out the website for regular updates: www.nutgroveartsfest.ie

  • Gary Devon's Solo Show - “Continuum”
    10 November 2016  -  1 December 2016

    Gary Devon's Solo Show - “Continuum”

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exclusive show by Gary Devon RUA entitled ‘Continuum’ . The show will officially be opened by Aodh Ó Domhnaill,( Dramatist and a poet and a song-writer) which will take place Thursday November 10th from 6-7.30pm, at No. 24 South Frederick St, and is scheduled to run until December 1st . view exhibition View Invite View Video
  • Gary Devon's Solo Show - “Continuum”

    The Doorway Gallery is delighted to host an exclusive show by Gary Devon RUA entitled ‘Continuum’ .  The show will officially be opened by Aodh Ó Domhnaill,( Dramatist and a poet and a song-writer) which will take place Thursday November 10th  from 6-7.30pm, at No. 24 South Frederick St, and is scheduled to run until December 1st .

     

    "Deserted farmsteads have been the focus of my most recent work. Their prominence in the paintings prompts the question why such emphasis. Perhaps there is something in my bones - my father was an architect and I've always been drawn to buildings as subject matter. Edward Hopper became an abiding influence at Goldsmiths College in London when I concentrated on the urban scene. Long since back in Ireland I'm just as excited by the cottage, farmstead or lone house. I'm also now giving up more of the canvas space to the surrounding landscape. I'm hugely excited by light and the sun's effect on colour, dependant on its temperature or position in the sky. Besides throwing the scene into relief it will dress a mountain in its evening attire of orange and magenta, the olive green of first light or the pale cobalt of a shimmering haze. It will turn the weathered red barn a dazzling bright cadmium orange.

     

     

    Beyond that natural affinity with architecture and the stimulus of colour and light I'm not sure what my paintings are "about", if indeed they are or have to be about anything. I'm loath to pin any definitive meaning onto them as I'd prefer the viewer to decide, but, if pressed, I'd suggest they are about the passage of time and the transience of life. The farm building, upon the death of its occupant, becomes something of a monument to the life of that "unknown" farmer and his forebears. I make no apology for the paintings' measure of nostalgia for they are a celebratory nod to past generations, the common man and woman, their life of subsistence and even survival. Occasionally I get little snippets of information about them through conversations with those who'd have known them, even if it's only a nick name or an indication of their trade, the likes of "Murphy The Bog" or John T. O'Shea, cabinet and cart maker, a useful man to know in life and equally useful at the end of it, as he doubled as a coffin-maker. Noted by their absence in the paintings they live on in spirit. In some paintings cattle or sheep take sanctuary in or congregate around the doorless shell - it's as if the house has not yet given up its ghost.

     

    The paintings are unapologetically Irish and a touch nostalgic and sentimental. That's me, but I try to steer clear of the John Hinde postcard view of old Ireland. If I could be permitted to ally myself in sprit with author John McGovern I'm hoping there is more of his type of sentiment in my paintings. Making another literary comparison I once stumbled across a radio reading by Cavan writer Michael Harding of one of his own particularly evocative pieces of prose describing his memories of the life and passing of a local farmer whom he barely knew, but obviously admired very much, noting his daily devotion to his animals and fields. It immediately struck a chord with me and seemed to put into words what I was trying to say in paint. He describes the farmer as "a quiet man who walked deeply on the earth". About his passing he wrote, " His death was the closure of a simple life. When a farmer dies in the countryside there is a strange emptiness in the fields. But there will be no one to tend his garden now, and his fields are empty, his cattle are taken elsewhere. His tractor will never come again up the hill on a summer's evening. And the house where there was always a light in the window at Christmas will be dark this year. Those who live in the hills above Lough Allen have lost another solitary man. But all across the West of Ireland it is the same - one by one, the lights go out ". Gary Devon RUA

    Reception Details:

    Date: Thursday 10th November  

    Special Guest: Aodh Ó Domhnaill, Dramatist and a poet and a song-writer

    Time: 6 – 7.30pm

    Refreshments Served

     

    Gallery opening Hours:

     

    Monday – Saturday 10.30-6pm

     

     

    For more information :

     

    www.thedoorwaygallery.com

     

     

  • Edinburgh Art fair
    17 November 2016  -  20 November 2016

    Edinburgh Art fair

    Opening Hours: Thursday 17th November: 18.30 - 21.30 **Private View | Tickets Only Friday 18th November: 11.00 - 19.30 Saturday 19th November: 11.00 - 18.00 Sunday 20th November: 11.00 - 17.00 view exhibition View Invite
  • Edinburgh Art fair

    Art for Everyone!

    As one of Europe’s cultural capitals, Edinburgh really needs no introduction. It is home to some of the worlds most important and influential arts events including; the International Festival and accompanying Fringe, the Jazz & Blues Festival, the Book, Art and Film Festivals and, the Edinburgh Mela. 

    In 2005, The Edinburgh Art Fair became the latest addition to this list and through perseverance and dedication, has now firmly established itself as one of the highlights on the cultural calendar. 

    The Fair is run by East Lothian based Arte in Europa, who have 26 years experience in the art industry organising and promoting thousands of art exhibitions and contemporary art auctions, and over 20 national art fairs.

    Over the years the EAF has attracted exhibiting galleries from as far off as Australia, India, the US, Canada, and Argentina, and now has a loyal following of buyers who return year after year to view and buy artwork from some of the worlds leading artists in a relaxed, convivial atmosphere.

    Since 2005 the EAF has introduced over 450 galleries and 5000 artists to the 120,000 visitors that the Fair has so far attracted and, has witnessed the sale of over 15,000 individual artworks worth in excess of £10m.

    This international event will return for its 12th edition in November when, the EAF will once again show why it has become such a hit with exhibitors and visitors alike.

    Opening Hours:

    Thursday 17th November: 18.30 - 21.30
    **Private View | Tickets Only

    Friday 18th November: 11.00 - 19.30
    Saturday 19th November: 11.00 - 18.00
    Sunday 20th November: 11.00 - 17.00
  • Dublin Gallery Map weekend
    25 November 2016  -  27 November 2016

    Dublin Gallery Map weekend

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  • Dublin Gallery Map weekend

  • Nutgrove Print Gallery
    1 December 2016  -  24 December 2016

    Nutgrove Print Gallery

    Nutgrove Print Gallery is open until Christmas Eve from 11 to 5pm daily. view exhibition
  • Nutgrove Print Gallery

    Nutgrove Print Gallery is open until Christmas Eve from 11 to 5pm daily. 
  • Christmas Show 2016
    3 December 2016  -  24 December 2016

    Christmas Show 2016

    ‘Christmas Stocking Fillers 2016,’ is a unique show at The Doorway Gallery. This spectacular exhibition provides you with the rare opportunity to begin collecting works of art by your favourite artist, at very affordable prices. All of the Gallery’s artists, throughout the year, have been working tirelessly towards this show, creating new work. This show combines both figurative and colourful paintings, enjoying a celebration of art. With a huge variety of original paintings from which to choose from, The Doorway Gallery can provide you with that ideal perfect gift, a lifetime possession if you must. The Doorway Gallery is showing at Nutgrove Shopping Centre, Rathfarnham with a selection of prints in the food quarter of the centre - we will be there from 12 - 5pm from December 11th until Christmas Eve. The Doorway Gallery opening hours for Christmas on 24 South Frederick Street: Monday – Saturday 10.30 – 6pm Sunday 2-5pm for the month of December Late night Thursday December 22nd until 7.30pm Late night Friday December 23rd until 7.30pm Saturday December 24th 10.30 -4pm Closed 25th - 5th January 5th 2017 Gallery re-opens at normal working hours Thursday 5th January 2017 Official Launch: Saturday December 3rd Time: 2 -4 pm Music: Stone&Jezreel Place: The Doorway Gallery, 24 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2 ** Festive refreshments Served** View View Invite View Video
  • Christmas Show 2016

    ‘Christmas Stocking Fillers 2016,’ is a unique show at The Doorway Gallery. This spectacular exhibition provides you with the rare opportunity to begin collecting works of art by your favourite artist, at very affordable prices.  All of the Gallery’s artists, throughout the year, have been working tirelessly towards this show, creating new work.
     
    This show combines both figurative and colourful paintings, enjoying a celebration of art. With a huge variety of original paintings from which to choose from, The Doorway Gallery can provide you with that ideal perfect gift, a lifetime possession if you must.

    The Doorway Gallery is showing at Nutgrove Shopping Centre, Rathfarnham with a selection of prints in the food quarter of the centre - we will be there from 12 - 5pm from December 11th until Christmas Eve.

    The Doorway Gallery opening hours for Christmas on 24 South Frederick Street:
     
    MondaySaturday 10.30 – 6pm
    Sunday 2-5pm for the month of December
    Late night Thursday December 22nd until 7.30pm
    Late night Friday December 23rd until 7.30pm
    Saturday December 24th 10.30 -4pm

    Closed 25th - 5th  January 5th 2017

    Gallery re-opens at normal working hours Thursday 5th January 2017

    Official Launch: Saturday December 3rd
    Time: 2 -4 pm
    Music:
    Stone&Jezreel
    Place: The Doorway Gallery, 24 South Frederic
    ** Festive refreshments Served**
    k Street, Dublin 2