This latest collection “A Lady inspired” will include a number if new works influenced by the copper coast and its artistic heritage.
Plenty of long walks along our wonderful coastline and some historical research has given me plenty of energy and motivation.
Vintage inspired activities will include a historical costume competition, tombola, bun fight, mini cricket match, an audio visual history presentation by the students of Knockmahon NS, Edith Collier display, and much more!
Admission is free and gates open at 1pm refreshments will be served in our tea tent.
The scenic beauty of the Copper Coast Geo Park area is the perfect backdrop to a dramatic film production.The spectacular landscape created by the unique geology and Geo-diversity of the area lends an air of timeless beauty and and continuous drama to the area.
Have a look at the list below to read about a few of the films which have been shot here.
1) Terror of Frankenstein (1976)
Terror of Frankenstein (1976) is an Irish-Swedish production directed by the Swedish filmmaker/jazz musician Calvin Floyd. The film is said to be one of the most faithful versions of the classic horror novel and focuses on the characters psychological development as opposed to gory images or nudity.
The eerie atmosphere present throughout the film was created by shooting in mostly cold, snowy landscapes. However, one of the scenes in the film was shot in the beautiful beach of Trá na mBó…
It is a light hearted exhibition of reproductions by the mother and daughter team.
Orlaith’s paintings are bright and bold in contrast to the mechanical monochromatic nature of her pencil while Victoria’s art is inspired by Japanese youth culture and fan art. Well worth dropping in and enjoying this unique art!