‘Purge’, a painted response to Hunt Collection artefacts

| April 27, 2016

APRIL 21 saw Hunt Museum host its annual exhibition created by Limerick  School of Art and Design’s painting students, inspired by The Hunt Collection. This year’s theme title is ‘Purge’ and the “artworks are exhibited alongside the Museum’s artefacts and paintings to create imaginative responses to the collection”.

‘Purge’ is ongoing daily at the former Custom House on Rutland Street until Sunday May 22, entry is free.

All photographs by Keith Wiseman.

 19th Annual Painting Exhibition 2016 by Year 2 Painting Students. Left, Karina McGuire, Alan Keane, Naomi O'Nolan of The Hunt Museum, Aine NiGiollacoda, LSAD


19th Annual Painting Exhibition 2016 by
Year 2 Painting Students. Left, Karina McGuire, Alan Keane, Naomi O’Nolan of The Hunt Museum, Aine NiGiollacoda, LSAD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Siobhan Hehir with 'ARCUS', winner of the Hunt Museum Prize

Siobhan Hehir with ‘ARCUS’, winner of the Hunt Museum Prize

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2nd year student Glenn Freyne who painted 'IMPERNANENT SEA', winner of the AIB prize

2nd year student Glenn Freyne who painted ‘IMPERNANENT SEA’, winner of the AIB prize

 

 

 

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Painting undergradate of LSAD, LIT: Sinead Gavigan with 'The Warmth of Colour', winner of the Hunt Museum Prize

Painting undergradate of LSAD, LIT:
Sinead Gavigan with ‘The Warmth of Colour’, winner of the Hunt Museum Prize

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another 2nd year Painting student at LSAD, LIT: Gemma Cowen with 'EVOKE', winner of the AIB Prize

Another 2nd year Painting student at LSAD, LIT:
Gemma Cowen with ‘EVOKE’, winner of the AIB Prize

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ruth Williams who created 'WHERE TIME IS DROWNED', winner of the AIB Prize

Ruth Williams who created ‘WHERE TIME IS DROWNED’, winner of the AIB Prize

 

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