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Sunday 20 October 2019

Limited edition art for charity

Claire O’Connell from The Gaslamp Gallery and artist Susan Caplice who have teamed up to help raise money for Make_A-Wish Ireland through the sale of limited edition framed beach art pieces
Claire O’Connell from The Gaslamp Gallery and artist Susan Caplice who have teamed up to help raise money for Make_A-Wish Ireland through the sale of limited edition framed beach art pieces

Sara Gahan

The Gaslamp Gallery in Gorey have partnered up with Wexford artist Susan Caplice, who will create a limited edition range of framed beach art pieces in aid of Make-A-Wish Ireland.

All profits from these sales will go directly to the charity to help grant wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses. These designs are on sale now in The Gaslamp Gallery.

Susan will also make a special appearance on Saturday, September 15, and will personalise pieces purchased on the day. It is a great opportunity to meet Susan and see how she creates her artwork.

Susan, who has been featured in Ireland's Homes Interiors and Living, is a mixed media artist based in Wexford, who creates framed art designs with pebbles, driftwood, seashells and other media found on the Irish beaches.

Susan's work will feature in The Gaslamp Gallery, a successful business situated on Esmonde Street, Gorey. It features a large exhibition space and upstairs they have a bespoke framing service.

As a gallery, it is an informal place where visitors can relax, enjoy the art and be guaranteed a warm welcome.

Once the money is raised through Susan's pieces, it will be donated to Make-A-Wish Ireland who aim to grant the wishes of children aged between three and 17 years living with life-threatening medical conditions. They help to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.

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