Ian Marks Irish artist, Roscommon

The Claddagh Galway
The Claddagh Galway, Oil on canvas, 20 x 28 ins
Cornish village
Cornish village, oil on duck cotton, 22 x 38 ins
view of Beara Is W Cork
view of Beara Is W Cork, oil on board, 29 x 18 ins
killkenny lakes
killkenny lakes, oil on canvas, 7 x 9 ins
The west coast
The west coast, oil on board, 20 x 16 ins
Sunset Over Tonlagee
Sunset Over Tonlagee, oil on canvas, 12 x 9.5 ins
Norfolk Estuary
Norfolk Estuary, oil on canvas board, 20 x 16 ins
Sunset Over Kinsale
Sunset Over Kinsale, oil on canvas board, 23.5 x 20 ins
Clematis, oil on canvas board, 20 x 16 ins
Hong Kong Harbour
Hong Kong Harbour, oil on duck canvas, 40 x 36 ins
West Cork,oil
West Cork,oil, cotton canvas, 30 x 24 ins unframed
Kinsale Harbour,oil
Kinsale Harbour,oil, cotton canvas, 20 x 30 ins framed
Kerry en Route
Kerry en Route, pastel, 20 x 14 ins framed
Donegal, oil cotton canvas, 20 x 30 ins unframed
Roscommon From Studio
Roscommon From Studio, pastel on board, 14 x 10 ins framed
West Cork
West Cork, oil on cotton canvas, 20 x 30 ins unframed
Roscommon in Winter
Roscommon in Winter, pastel on board, 16 x 12 ins framed
Mississippi in Spring
Mississippi in Spring, oil on jute, 23 x 28 ins unframed
Powerscourt Gardens
Powerscourt Gardens, oil on cotton canvas, 20 x 30 ins framed
The Sombrero Galaxy
The Sombrero Galaxy, acrylic and ink 300g paper, 15 x 22 ins framed
The Formation of A Galaxy
The Formation of A Galaxy, ink and acrylic on cotton canvas, 16 x 20 ins unframed
Dun Laoghaire Harbour
Dun Laoghaire Harbour, acrylic on board, 23 x 12 ins

Irish artist Ian Marks, Roscommon

I am retired living in Roscommon Ireland. In another life trained as a botanist specialising in electron microscopy cell structure and function. I Started sketching 50 years ago to pass exams in zoology and botany and have been drawing and painting on and off since then. Although colour blind folk seem to accept my work as pleasing to the eye. The work is mostly landscapes and from time to time oriental studies in traditional mode. There have been numerous exhibitions locally with small prizes and photographic work from my researches has been displayed in museums and scientific circles.

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