South-west arts round-up: 'Oilman of Allihies' Bill Griffin exhibition opens
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The artist known as "The Oilman of Allihies" has a new exhibition in West Cork.
Eighteen other artists are also participating in the exhibition which will run at two centres all of this month.
Bill Griffin was born in Cork in 1947. He is a figurative expressionist whose work has won wide acclaim.
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