Dutch-born artist Anita Groener came to Ireland in 1982, just for a year, or so she thought. More than three decades on, she lives here with her husband and two children, making work from the studio she built as an extension to their Sandycove home. Exploring themes of migration and humanity, her current, hauntingly beautiful exhibition, Citizen, ends tomorrow at Kilkenny’s Butler Gallery.
Anita Groener Oil On Canves (B1958)
NOTES: INSCRIBED VERSO “PAINTED BY MARKEY IN MY PRESENCE CIRCA 1992 AT DONEGAL PASS, MICHAEL FLANAGAN EMER GALLERY 10/3/07 David Marcus Robinson, known as Markey Robinson (February 7, 1918 January 28, 1999 (aged 80)), was an Irish painter and sculptor with a primitive representational style. His main passion was painting, but he also produced sculptures and designed some stained [...]