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Mide Reddin at the launch of her ceramics and glass art "Shorline Treasure" Exhibition at the Signal Arts Centre, Bray

Mide Reddin at the launch of her ceramics and glass art "Shorline Treasure" Exhibition at the Signal Arts Centre, Bray

Mide Reddin at the launch of her ceramics and glass art "Shorline Treasure" Exhibition at the Signal Arts Centre, Bray

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Bray artist Míde Quinlan-Reddin launched her exhibition ‘Shoreline Treasures’ at Bray’s Signal Arts Centre on Monday, July 4 to a warm reception. The glass and ceramic pieces on display were inspired by nature and the sea.

The launch of Míde’s exhibition was met with a turnout of around 50 people, seeing her first solo exhibition in Signal Arts Centre for nearly a decade.

“It was great, there was a lot of people there, but obviously a few shied off because of Covid and people were too nervous to attend,” explained Míde

Those in attendance enjoyed the works on offer with positive reviews all round. “I got good feedback too, it was all very positive. People were saying they wanted pieces like the ones on show and they were equally interested in both the glass and ceramics.”

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The exhibition closed last Sunday and on Monday, Signal Arts Centre unveiled the latest body of ceramic works produced by Wicklow native Dan Laffan. 

The musician, composer, and visual artist works in a wide variety of disciplines and media and is currently working as a facilitator of ceramic classes running at the Signal Arts Centre.

His exhibition ‘Terra Hibernia’ takes its name from the Latin ‘terra’ meaning earth, and the term ‘Hibernia’, which was used in antiquity for marking the place of Ireland, giving us the direct translation ‘earth from the land of winter’.

It runs until July 31, with an opening reception taking place on Friday, July 22 from 7p.m. to 9p.m.


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