A short stroll from the main street in Youghal will bring you into the heart of the beautiful medieval Raleigh Quarter. There, nestled between the historical St. Mary’s collegiate Church and the magnificent walled gardens you will find “The Raleigh Quarter Studios. This hidden gem, housed in converted stables, is the home to 5 very diverse artists.
Youghal native, Andrea Cashel, is a landscape artist specialising in chalk pastels. Growing up beside the sea has been an enduring sours of inspiration. She revisits the same stretch of beach everyday and never ceases to be fascinated by it. Her most recent work has focused on capturing light on water and the reflective surface of wet sand at low tide. For further details check Andrea’s website
Carole Redmond is a Metal Artist who likes to work with copper,
brass & guilding. Carole’s techniques include soldering,
etching & patinating, cutting and piercing.
Carole’s Collections to date:
An Ardmore Tribute & The Earthy Collection.
Both are tributes to places, seasons, events, and people.
Occasionally Carole will make brooches and pendants.
Carole Redmond has a very comprehensive website –
any queries and/or questions you may have
regarding commissions may be found on
French artist and illustrator Sophie Heloise-Cousin has been living in Youghal and made it her home for a few years now. Using pen and ink Sophie creates line drawings, taking her inspiration from Youghal and its particular light and aspect. Log on to Sophie’s website