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Official launch of Gerry's Fine Irish Art

Have you been decorating recently? Do you have a nice blank wall crying out for a really good investment? Do you want to be inspired by an artistic interpretation of landscapes and still life? If you are looking for a great asset well there is good news.

For those looking to buy or sell Irish art, don’t miss logging onto www.gerrysfineirishart.com which has just been officially launched by the Culture, Arts and Leisure minister, Alderman Edwin Poots MLA, at the Island Arts Centre.

Proprietor David McLaughlin pictured displaying his ‘Gerry’s Fine Irish Art’ website, which was launched by the
Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure, Alderman Edwin Poots MLA, Friday 2nd May 2008 in the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn.

In launching the website Mr Poots said, “Fine art brings great pleasure and satisfaction to the art connoisseur” and quoting the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson he continued, “Light is the first of painters.  There is no object so foul that intense light will not make it beautiful”.

Gerry’s Fine Irish Art is a local online, home based gallery selling traditional and modern Irish art, with styles, sizes, and prices for every art lover.

Mr. Samuel Waide and the Proprietor, David McLaughlin displaying some selected works at the launch of the
Gerry's Fine Irish Art website at the Island Arts Centre, Lisburn, on Friday 2nd May 2008.

Whether you are an art connoisseur or a first time buyer, this website offers everything that one needs while searching for that elusive bargain in an already highly competitive marketplace.

“This web site is an exciting addition to the vast array of web sites that are available today for the promotion and sale of Irish art”, said David McLaughlin, proprietor of Gerrys Fine Irish Art.

“Already we have over 60 works listed on the site from 21 local artists.”

Critically acclaimed local artist, Joanna Tinsley (originally from Poland) pictured with one of her beautiful paintings
which was on display in the Island Art Centre, Lisburn Friday morning, 2nd May 2008, at the launch of ‘Gerry’s Fine
Irish Art’ website by the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure, Alderman Edwin Poots MLA. Included in the photo is
the website owner and proprietor, David McLaughlin.

This site is very well designed, easy to navigate and provides an ideal online platform for both the serious collector and the first time buyer to find exactly what they’re looking for and reserve or buy their painting online.

It also offers a personal service for visitors to the site. You can register for free and create your own virtual online art collection, stay informed of your favourite artist’s portfolio for new additions, and much more.

To find out, why don’t you logon to www.gerrysfineirishart.com and click on the services button.

As well as offering clients the opportunity to find their perfect investment piece, the website is set to feature in-depth editorial sections with expert analysis about Irish artists and their works.

For first time users, the website provides a slideshow feature and you can also view the most popular paintings to help make your decision process easier.

The site will also feature sections providing help and advice for people buying or selling their art with regular updated news concerning the current market trends in relation to Irish art sales.


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