Latest Artwork, May, 2021

Delivery Day
Delivery Day, Watercolour on Paper, 29 x 49 cm
Totally Wired
Totally Wired, Watercolour on Paper, 32 x 23 cm
Stephen ShawI paint the ever changing face of Belfast and other places in Northern Ireland. Not Tourist Attractions and well known landmarks, but the ordinary, th
Grazing near Roundstone Connemara
Grazing near Roundstone Connemara, Oil on canvas, 10 x 12 inches
Roundstone Bog,Connemara
Roundstone Bog,Connemara, Oil on canvas, 10 x 12 inches
Eileen MeagherMy paintings depict a land devoid of urbanisation, a land which has remained untouched for generations, renewing itself with the cycles of the seasons.
Ready for Summer
Ready for Summer, acrylic, 9 x 12 inches
Magic
Magic, acrylic, 18 x 24 inches
Brid McDonaldoriginally from Galway, but now live in Canada, self taught having started to paint a couple of years ago. I am so excited to continue to learn, explore and hone my skills.
Mindful Moments,Co.Donegal
Mindful Moments,Co.Donegal, Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 ins
Dahlia Sunshine
Dahlia Sunshine, Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Ashling BellI have always had an artistic flair, from designing knitwear patterns to interior design. My inspiration comes from my everyday surroundings. Love painting with oils and from my own photographs, still life, photorealism is my forte.
Float to Surface
Float to Surface, Indian Inks and Acrylic on Cotton Rag Paper, 30 x 30 cm
Infinite
Infinite, Oil and Cold Wax on Canvas, 30 x 30 x 4 cm
Derval FreemanI layer upon the drawings with oils and cold wax, refining it as the composition is built upon. I am interested in the way the under drawings dictate the paint.
EIRE The Call of Home
EIRE The Call of Home, Digital Painting, 30 x 40 cm
The Skelligs Islands Kerry
The Skelligs Islands Kerry, Digital Painting, 30cm x 40cm
Gerard Harrisonce I have a pen in my hand something or some body will magical come to life on the page and in the last few years I have written and illustrated six of my own picture books and started a new range of 'Posters of Ireland'
Forest 2020
Forest 2020, Mono print on Fabriano, 18.5 x 25 cm
The Tree 2 2019
The Tree 2 2019, Collagraph print on paper, 20.5 x 20 cm
Ciara KinsellaI focus on memory and how photography can capture its essence. I work with landscapes, Forests or partially wooded areas as they always evolve and change, yet stay the same.
The Chair
The Chair, oil on canvas, 20 x 20 inches
Sunlight in Your Eyes
Sunlight in Your Eyes, oil on canvas, 20 x 20 inches
Philip Doylefrom Shankill Co Dublin. A self taught Artist, who has worked at Screenprinting.
Pink Tulips
Pink Tulips, Oils, 25 x 22.5 cm
Snowdrop Hope
Snowdrop Hope, Acrylic, 12 x 12 cms
Catherine MakemI work mainly in acrylic and oil pastels in a variety of art forms including seascapes, figures and other presentations.
Cobh Waterfront Triptych
Cobh Waterfront Triptych, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 50 cms each
Scilly Kinsale with Little Red Boat
Scilly Kinsale with Little Red Boat, acrylic on canvas, 41 x 51 cms
Helen CondonHer cheerful, bold and detailed paintings lift the spirits, capturing the beauty of the Irish countryside. Helen’s work includes both city and landscapes, flowers and animals and she is happy to accept commissions.
Lavagna e gessetto,Graphite,pastel,soluble pigment
Lavagna e gessetto,Graphite,pastel,soluble pigment, sanguine and Pierre Noire, 48 x 34 cm
Forget me not,Pierre Noire
Forget me not,Pierre Noire, soluble graphite and white pigment on cardboard, 34 x 28 cm
Luca GuerzoniThe beauty of images and the power of words, which I sometimes combine in my drawings, are my other main sources of inspiration.
Martello Tower,Sutton
Martello Tower,Sutton, oils, 40 x 60 cm
Low Rock
Low Rock, Oils, 33 x 64 inches
Marie FallonA member of Dublin Painting and Sketchers Club, Malahide resident Marie Fallon focuses on scenes of North County Dublin.
NOW and FOREVER
NOW and FOREVER, ACRYLIC, 76 X 102 cm
ABUNDANCE OF POPPIES
ABUNDANCE OF POPPIES, ACRYLIC, 61 X 76 cm
Emma CampbellInspiration is taken on board from many things, for example, the natural colour and beauty that nature provides, whether it is on our own back door, or a passing image from a car window.
Mahon Falls
Mahon Falls, Oil, 16 x 12 inches
In Good Company,Tramore
In Good Company,Tramore, oil, 12 x 12 inches
Ann BrennanI am a self taught artist working from my home based studio in Ballingarry. Co. Tipperary. I have been painting for a number of years but only took i
Road to the Lakes
Road to the Lakes, Oil, 40 x 60 cms
Midsummer Evening,Clontarf
Midsummer Evening,Clontarf, Oil, 80 x 40 cms
Lorraine FenlonHer work is a mixture of representative and abstracts concentrating on strong colours and the use of light to create an energy to each piece. She also experiments with large scale

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