Open Art Space

Open Art Space

The Open Art Space is the smallest area to display exhibitions in the Coast Guard Cultural Centre and is predominantly used by new and upcoming artists to display a debut exhibition. It allows for a new artist to get their work out to an audience without worrying about an admission fee. Because it is located just inside the main entrance it also means it won’t be missed.

Cafe Gallery

The Cafe Gallery is lovely space to display artists work.  It’s a busy area so again can’t be missed!

See posts below for all exhibitions currently running in all galleries.

Claudia Crognet

Currently on display in our cafe. Claudia is a South African artist living in Waterford since 2014. Her love of nature in its entirety fuels her passion for art and creating timeless memories. Her art work is varied and includes landscapes, seascapes, portraits, pet-portraits and much more.

Ann Larkin

Ann Larkin  is currently exhibiting in our Open Arts Space (Porch).

Maritime Festival Exhibition

As part of Tramore Maritime Festival we are currently showing a group exhibition with a maritime theme in our main gallery (upstairs).

Artist in Residence

Our artist in residence John Cullinan, whose work is displayed on the stairwell is a graduate of Limerick School of Art. John paints full time from his studio in Tramore and his work has been shown in the “James Gallery” Dublin, “Adams of Stephens Green” Dublin, “Kennys Gallery” Galway, “Blackbird” Kilkenny, “Kildare Gallery”, “Carton House”. His work has also featured in Waterford County Art Centre, The Open Window, Rathmines, Pigyard…

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