The Doyle Collection Hotel Group Commissions Neilsen's Art
Published on May 21 2014 12:41 PM in Hotel
Luxury international hotel group, the Doyle Collection, has commissioned the renowned Irish-Danish artist, Anna Nielsen, to create bespoke art to be awarded to team members who excel in the art of hospitality by representing the Doyle Collection’s brand values. PROUD Points is a recognition-system based on the Doyle Collection’s brand values — generosity and inclusivity — and recognises team members who reflect these values in their daily interactions with their colleagues and guests. Anna Nielsen is a Danish-Irish whose work encompasses painting, ceramics and jewellery. She is a member of the IDI and the Crafts Council of Ireland. The Doyle Collection is a family-owned luxury hotel group, with eight properties located in Ireland, the UK and the United States. Each Doyle Collection hotel is bespoke-designed to combine fine architecture with elegant, modern interiors. Each has a wholly individual look and feel, yet they all united by the same distinctive spirit of welcome and the same passion for excellent service. Meanwhile artist Róisín O’Farrell’s new solo show "Jolie-laide" has been inspired by Blue Book houses of Ireland. Over the past year Róisín has visited many of Ireland's most beautiful country houses, drawn by their decadent elegance and the imperfections that come from hundreds of years of lived-in history. This collection features paintings from the Park Hotel in Kenmare, Marlfield House in Gorey, Moy House in Lahinch, and Ballyfinn in Mountrath.