The Holy Hour
The Holy Hour, Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm
National College of Art and Design
National College of Art and Design, Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm
Earlsfort Terrace NCH
Earlsfort Terrace NCH, Watwercolour, 59 x 42 cm
Cobh Cathedral
Cobh Cathedral, Watercolour, 59 x 42 cm
Big Joe McCann
Big Joe McCann, Pencil, 59cm X 42cm
Doheny and Nesbitt
Doheny and Nesbitt, Watercolour, 59 x 42 cm
James Bierney
James Bierney, Pencil, 30 x 42 cm
St.Catherine's Church, Meath St.
St.Catherine's Church, Meath St., Watercolour, 59 x 42 cm
East Pier Dunlaoghaire
East Pier Dunlaoghaire, Watercolour, 59 x 42 cm
Dublin, Clothes Line
Dublin, Clothes Line, Watercolour, 59 x 42 cm
The Compost Tray
The Compost Tray, Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm
City Hall, Dublin.
City Hall, Dublin., Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm

Artist Brian O'Neill, Dublin

Dublin based artist Brian O'Neill has a background in construction spanning 38 years. Specialising in the conservation of Ireland's medieval structures through to the Georgian architecture which defines Dublin, Brian gained a great knowledge and appreciation for our built heritage. It is this passion for historical architecture that influences much of Brain's art. As a mature student Brian completed a four year joint degree course in History of Art & Design and Ceramic Design, at Dublin's National College of Art and Design, in 2015. Following a successful Degree show Brian set up his Dublin based studio where his work consists mainly of architectural pieces and portraiture in his chosen mediums, Watercolour, Acrylic, Pencil and low relief Ceramic sculpture.

Brian has work in the State art collection and many private collections in Ireland, The UK, France, Spain, Portugal, Canada. USA and Australia.



Website: www.brianoneillart.com.

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