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Parknasilla Hotel & Resort is situated on the Ring of Kerry which is internationally renowned for its scenic beauty and an inspiration for budding artists and professionals alike.

The village of Sneem is a treasure trove of international sculpture, accessible to all, free of charge, throughout the year.

The work of Vivienne Roche, Alan Hall, Tamara Rikman and a panda sculpture donated by the Peoples Republic of China can be seen in various locations. "The Risen Christ" by Brother Joseph McNally is located in the grounds of St. Michael's Church and the goddess Isis donated by the people of Egypt stands at "The Way The Fairies Went".

"The Way The Fairies Went" is a collection of buildings designed by Kerry sculptor James Scanlon, and executed by local stoneworkers located overlooking the Sneem River near St. Michael's Church. It was financed by the Arts Council of Ireland as a result of Sneem winning the Irish Tidy Towns Competition in 1987. The entire project was completed in 1989-90. The buildings won the National Landscape Award in 1997.

We invite you to visit some of the most inspirational galleries in Kerry including:

Brushwood Studios

Parknasilla Woods
Sneem
Co. Kerry
Tel: 064 6645108
Works by Pam and Diana Muller, Yo Ann Yelen

Mill Cove Gallery

12 Main Street
Kenmare
Tel: 064 6640717