Gallery Zozimus, Dublin 8
An art gallery in Dublin's Arts and Antiques Quarter of Francis Street.
There are a wide range of beautiful and affordable artworks to suit all
tastes.The gallery holds a collection of Art Objects, comprising works by noted painters, ceramicists, and introducing some up and coming talent. It will also show art photography and wood art.
The gallery owners, Vincent Kelly and Charlie Meehan have a number of year's experience of the retail, service and finance industries in Ireland and Great Britain.
Originally, from Sligo, Kelly, who has lived and worked in Dublin for the last 12 years will be the face of the gallery. His passion for art surfaced a number of years ago whilst assisting his son in law, Keith Richardson, prepare for an exhibition. Of course, Keith will be one of the exhibiting artists in Gallery Zozimus. True to his county, Kelly has encouraged other artists from his home county to also exhibit. He has plans to hold a "Solely Sligo" show within the next year.
Meehan, whose background in banking will undoubtedly be an asset, will remain a semi silent partner. The gallery will feature mainly Irish art but resulting from regular visits to Holland, Meehan has relations in The Hague; there will also be some European contributions.
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