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Joan Clancy Art Gallery
Ring, Co. Waterford
Free to visit
Family friendly
Hidden gem
Rainy days
Free car parking
Joan Clancy Gallery is situated in the Irish speaking area of Ring (An Rinn), overlooking Dungarvan Bay in County Waterford. It exhibits the best in Irish painting from new and emerging and also Ireland's leading established artists.

Joan Clancy Gallery is a small gallery tucked away in the Gaeltacht area of An Rinn. It specialises in new and emerging artists and some more established artists such as Mulcahy, Maderson, Flannery and Pierce. Joan Clancy Gallery is renowned for the best in Irish contemporary art.

The gallery has recently featured in The Irish Times Magazine and on RTE 1 Nationwide. It was described by The Irish Times as “a great place to visit”. A member of BANK Studios in Dungarvan and exhibits in many of the art galleries in the South East. see website for details of the latest exhibitions.

Tips from locals

Fans of The Clancy Brothers will love seeing exclusive photographs and hearing personal stories as Joan is Tom Clancy’s wife.

Contact details
Mweelahorna,Mweelahorna,Ring,Co Waterford,Republic of Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 30 minutes to 1 hour here.

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