Our exhibition takes its title from Cork born playwright and novelist,

Cónal Creedon’s cult radio programme and draws upon the Gallery’s

collection of artworks which can be found, geographically,

under the gaze of the famous golden fish.

Most of the work shown is topographical: landscapes, studies of architectural interest or result from the artist’s need to record a familiar view– perhaps pivotal to the artist’s own life story. It also tells of changes within the city.

PHOTO CREDIT: Eileen Healy The Glen (No. 2 in a series of 3 paintings)