Claremorris Gallery, Nov 20th to Dec 20th 2021. Strands features sixteen new works by Irish painter, Donald Teskey, mostly created in County Mayo during the summer of 2021.
Mapping the Peripheral
Oliver Sears Gallery is delighted to reopen with Mapping the Peripheral, an exhibition of new paintings by Donald Teskey.
Haven to Haven
For more than two decades, Donald Teskey has visited West Cork, drawn to its embracing, sometimes dramatic landscapes of sea edges, harbour towns, mountains, forests, farms and waterways.
One River, One Creek
In the summer of 2017 Teskey began work on a series of paintings that looked at both the intimate elements of the riverbank as well as the broader view.
Donald Teskey’s affinity for the ocean and its moods is palpable in Weather Gauge, a new exhibition at The Hunt Museum. He has long been inspired by the sea and captures the essence of the west coast of Ireland.
Landscapes brings together a selection of signature paintings by one of Ireland's most celebrated artists.
There are two strands in this exhibition: the first, which admirers of his recent work may think familiar, reads as an extension or recapitulation of Teskey’s preoccupation with painting that...
Not far from the town of Macroom in Co. Cork, there is an area that contains the remains of an alluvial oak forest which was formed in the basin of the River Lee at the end of the last Ice Age.