Bernadette’s work was featured in “Landscapes Through Different Eyes”, an exhibition
at the renowned Frank Lewis Gallery in Killarney. The Gallery describes its changing
exhibitions as “...including some of the leading, as well as some of the most important
emerging artists in Ireland today...”
On the invitation to this exhibition Frank Lewis wrote: “Bernadette Kennedy’s impressionistic
treatments show a fascination with colour and texture and highlight the flow of the
land to an almost sensual treatment. This was what made an immediate impact when
I saw her paintings ...”
Bernadette has exhibited her work at several top venues in Cork and Kerry including
Siamsa Tire, Tig Fili and Cill Rialaig. “Kerry Fine Art” in Killarney currently
exhibits and sells Bernadette’s paintings and prints.
Bernadette works mostly in oils and pastels.
The tapestry to the right is from an original oil painting by Bernadette.
The tapestry was woven in Lesotho as part of the Tech Amergin, Waterville, aid work
The people of Lesotho named it “The Sunset”.
One of the pictures by Bernadette, exhibited by Frank Lewis - now in a private collection.