The Laois Arthouse in Stradbally has announced it exhibition programme for 2016, with an exciting and varied host of artistic events taking place from February to December of this year.
First off, from February 11 to March 4, artist Sue Reid will exhibit a collection of her work.
Her work appears as a sculpture at first glance, but it is in fact a painting that has been lifted off the canvas.
Last year she was part of Free Range, a group exhibition full of awesome art which took place at James Joyce Street, Dublin.
For more, see www.facebook.com/Sue-Reid-1579009715667277.
From March 17 to April 15, it will be the turn of artist Aislinn O'Keeffe to exhibit.
Aislinn's work explores the role of early 20th Century revolutionary Irish women through a series of text art and drawings.
She enjoys painting, drawing, deciduous forests and ancient ruins. Aislinn has shown her work at the Hunt Museum, Occupy Space, Friars Gate Theatre, and Hive Emerging.
For more on Aislinn, see www.facebook.com/aislinnokeeffevisualartist.
From May 5 to May 27, artist Marie O'Brien will exhibit.
Marie's work in oils focuses on the figure in the landscape.
Also to look forward to and coming up in the programme will be exhibitions by Mary Lee Murphy, Dorothee Kolle, Nuala O'Sullivan, Lorna Corrigan and Mette Sofie Roche.
For further details on the Arthouse or any of the artists contact the Laois Arts Office on 057 866 4033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.