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Drawing with Mary Galvin

 Mary facilitates Saturday art classes in the gallery.

'My work as an artist-painter takes inspiration from the natural world.  Using a mix of my own drawings and found images I combine them forming new compositions that reflect on human interaction with nature and our attempt to control and protect it simultaneously.'

List of drawing materials:

  • Watercolour paper or any heavy-duty paper
  • Acrylic paint – any colour
  • Paintbrushes
  • Watercolour pencils
  • Spray bottle (optional)

Some tips: 

  • Prepare your grounds beforehand and leave to dry. Acrylics are good, as they don’t bleed once dry.
  • Use your watercolour pencils to draw in details.
  • Use your brush to emphasise drawn lines and shapes.

Click on the video below to view the process

Initiated by the National Gallery in 2005/ Drawing Day is a nationwide event held in partnership with national, regional and local museums, libraries, cultural and arts centres.

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Emmet Place, Cork, Ireland
T12 TNE6
Tel: 021 480 5042

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N.B. Last entry is 16:45

Monday–Saturday 10.00am–5.00pm
(2nd floor closes at 4:45 pm)
Late opening Thursdays until 8.00 pm
(2nd floor will remain open until 7:45 m on Thursdays commencing 19 March)

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Café: 11 am4 pm

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Tuesday to Saturday 8.30am - 4:00pm
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