This exhibition brings together three unique artists and provides a rare opportunity to view their work in the spectacular surroundings of The Irish Architectural Archive in Merrion Square, one of Dublin’s finest buildings.

Peter Curling, Mark Coreth and Dede Gold are well known established artists. The common bond between them is their very evident passion for their subjects, whether it’s lions lazing in the African heat, characterful expressions of the canine variety or horses galloping at speed.

All three artists have a link with The Sladmore Gallery in London. Mark has been associated with the gallery for over twenty years and regularly has sell-out shows there while Peter and Dede have also had successful exhibitions in Bruton Place. From the start, Edward and Nona Horswell and Gerry Farrell, the directors of The Sladmore were enthusiastic about the idea and their support in putting on this exhibition has been vital.

The coming together of these three artists is a rare chance to be able to see nearly one hundred pieces of their work in one place. Variety and spontaneity are the over riding themes. Diverse subject matter, beautifully executed work and a wide and an imaginative handling of their chosen mediums bring a freshness and vitality to the pieces on show.

This exhibition has been a long time in the planning and has culminated in this beautiful collection of work being shown in the centre of Dublin. It is an opportunity for art lovers that should not be missed.

For more information visit www.curlingcorethgold.com