As you know Rod Coyne presents his unique “1916 Portrait Collection” at the Hollywood Fair. This exhibition is free, all are welcome. But what you didn’t know is that to celebrate the exhibition we are discounting the whole Canvas Print collection 33% at the Fair and online.
And now Rod has created two prints especially for the Hollywood Fair 2016. The Steam Engine and The Major which will also be discounted during the Hollywood Fair.
Rod returns to the Hollywood Fair
Artist Rod Coyne presents his unique 1916 Portrait Collection at the Hollywood Fair. This exhibition is free, all are welcome. For those of you who missed out on the Tinahely Exhibition earlier this year here’s your chance for a second bite of the cherry. Just a half hour from Dublin on the N81 will transport you into a by-gone age. The vintage fair is more than just a charming spectacle, visitors are encouraged to dress in the fashion of the day and become part of the event.
This year’s vintage fair is themed around the 1916 Easter Rising Centenary. The unrivaled family event promises art & culture, music & song and no shortage of food & drink. And Rod’s canvases have pride of place in Ireland’s oldest operational church from 7 – 9pm on Saturday 20th and 2 – 6pm on Sunday 21st August 2016.
Rod Coyne has created an exclusive series of portraits remembering key faces of the 1916 Easter Rising. The artist blends contemporary and classical painting to draw together the vastly diverse photographic sources. The unity of style he achieves underlines the diverse nature of the Risings’ protagonists and how they bound together in common purpose. This collection of portraits, currently available as 1916 Centenary Calendar and canvas prints, will be exhibited in the St. Kevin’s Church, Hollywood, County Wicklow, Ireland.
Hollywood, Co Wicklow and Hollywood, California
Foreign tourists who stumble on Hollywood in the course of their travels can often be seen posing for photographs in front of Guirkes’ old shop. The prominent sign on the facade Oifig an Phoist – Hollywood Post Office is clearly what draws them. Intrigued that such a small village can boast such a legendary name they feel the need to capture the moment on camera. If they take the time to make further inquiries the same tourists are even more astonished when they discover that this small village in west Wicklow is actually the original Hollywood and that from it came the California Hollywood, home of the movie industry.