This summer/autumn we are delighted to house the striking works of the Cork artist, Nollaig Dunphy in our Art Exhibition space situated in our vegetarian restaurant, Upstairs at The Co-op, & in our meeting & event space, The Pawnbroker’s Office. Nollaig worked at the Quay Co-op for several years in the 1990s has chosen to return for her first exhibition. Hidden Connections, is a series of 19 abstract paintings. The Cork native is a psychotherapist with a passion for art. Her exhibition features all new work created during 2022. Speaking at the launch of her exhibition, Nollaig said, “It feels really fitting to be back at the Quay Co-op. I can genuinely say that getting involved and working at the Quay Co-op was the best thing that ever happened to me and it’s where I met all of my closest friends. It is such a supportive space and has allowed so many people including myself to find our way and be true to ourselves.”
Nollaig’s paintings are displayed Upstairs at the Co-op vegetarian restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner Wednesday to Saturday from 12 noon & in the Pawnbroker’s Office which is available for private dining & events. A ‘taster’ selection (pardon the pun) of Nollaig’s paintings will also be on display in the Downstairs Deli and in Carrigaline & in Ballincollig shops. All of Nollaig’s works on display are available for sale.
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