Edge of Eternity
Edge of Eternity, Oils on canvas, 36 x 48 ins
Magical Mystery Tour
Magical Mystery Tour, Oils on Canvas, 24 x 20 ins
Celebration, Acrylics on canvas, 30 x 20 ins
Against the Storm
Against the Storm, mixed media, not given
Breaking Free
Breaking Free, Oils on canvas, 20 x 10 ins
Octopus's Garden
Octopus's Garden, Oils on canvas, 12 x 10 ins
Space Mountain
Space Mountain, oils, 24 x 20 ins
Mermaid Sisters
Mermaid Sisters, oils, 16 x 12 ins
Puffin, 10 x 12 ins, na
Secret Cove
Secret Cove, Oils, 24 x 16 ins
River, acrylics, 16 x 24 ins
Joey, acrylics, 8 x 10 ins
The Way
The Way, Oils, 36 x 24 ins
Gannets, Oil on canvas, 10 x 10 ins
Old Goat
Old Goat, Oil on canvas, 12 x 12 ins
Leo, Acrylics on canvas board, 10 x 12 ins
Pink Boat in Park
Pink Boat in Park, acrylics on canvas board, 6 x 6 ins
Water Wheel
Water Wheel, Oil on canvas, 20 x 18 ins
Little Lost Lamb
Little Lost Lamb, Oils on canvas, 20 x 18 ins
Pea-green Boat
Pea-green Boat, acrylics on canvas board, 6 x 6 ins
The Hikers
The Hikers, Oil on Canvas, 24 x 20 ins
Bird Condos
Bird Condos, Acrylics, 8 x 10 ins
Aint No Sunshine When He's Gone
Aint No Sunshine When He's Gone, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 ins
Sunflower, Acrylics on canvas, 24 x 20 ins
Day off in Bantry Bay
Day off in Bantry Bay, Oil on canvas, 20 x 10 ins
Beyond the Wall
Beyond the Wall, Acrylics on canvas, 24 x 26 ins
Bird Table (first painting ever)
Bird Table (first painting ever), Acrylics, 8 x 10 ins
Nobody home
Nobody home, Oil on canvas, 10 x 10 ins
Blue Gate
Blue Gate, Acrylics on canvas board, 10 x 12 ins
Rachel, Oil on Canvas, 12 x 10 ins
Ryan, Oil on canvas, 18 x 12 ins
Granny's Red Door
Granny's Red Door, Watercolour pencil, 10 x 8 ins
Third Eye Open
Third Eye Open, Acrylics on board, 18 x 18
Charlie's Bird
Charlie's Bird, Acrylics on canvas, 8 x 6
Space Mountain
Space Mountain, Oils on canvas, 24 x 20
Spirit, Oils on board, 30 x 24
The Journey
The Journey, Oils on canvas, 24 x 20
Thistle, Acrylics on canvas, 8 x 6

Now you can support The New Irish Art project by buying us a coffee. If we can redirect our coffee expenses towards paying for project operations, it will really help.

Buy Me A Coffee

Sandra Clark, Canada and Cork, Canadian Artist

Originally from Canada, I have lived in Wicklow, Leitrim and now, in the beautiful Co. Cork. For most of my life I made my living as a musician/singer, entertaining all over Canada and the USA. I loved my work, however, I always felt that some day I would love to express myself in another way...through colour and form. The problem was, that I didn't believe I had that kind of talent...my sister was the 'artist in the family' and had become very successful after attending art college and going on to create a very well-loved childrens book character. I didn't feel that I could every really paint, although I dreamed about it all the time.

At age 53, I went to college and became a Makeup Artist in Vancouver, and my favourite part of school was "special effects" where I got to really use my imagination to create some pretty far-out pieces of art on human beings. Eventually, I moved to Ireland after meeting my partner. It was here in this majestic and rugged country with it's magical scenery and warm, welcoming people, that I finally found the inspiration and the nerve to paint. And now, I can't stop! I am obsessed! I tuck myself away in my tiny, ancient, stone studio overlooking the wildly beautiful Bantry Bay, and I am in heaven! I don't know if I have developed a style yet...it has only been 11 months since I first picked up a brush...but I guess a style will develop in time. What I do know, is that I will be painting for the rest of my life, and hopefully will bring a little beauty to people's lives.

I am so grateful to my partner (who supports my habit!) and my wonderful family and friends who encourage me to keep going. Also, to Ireland and it's people for making this all possible!