The Den
The Den, Soft Pastel on Pastel Mat Paper, 500 X 350 mm
Crow
Crow, Pencil Drawing on 160GSM white card, 420 x 594 mm
Ennis Courthouse & Eamon De Valera Park, Ennis Co. Clare
Ennis Courthouse & Eamon De Valera Park, Ennis Co. Clare, Pencil Drawing on 160GSM white card, 420 x 594mm
Chick
Chick, Oil on Canvas, 16 X 12 ins
Irish Suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington (1877-1946)
Irish Suffragette Hanna Sheehy Skeffington (1877-1946), Pencil Drawing on 160GSM white card, 420 x 594 mm
Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Connaught, 1530 – 1603
Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen of Connaught, 1530 – 1603, Pencil and Colour pencil on A2 160GSM white card, 420 x 594 mm
Crow 2
Crow 2, Pencil Drawing on 160GSM white card, 420 x 594 mm
Wild Rabbit
Wild Rabbit, Soft Pastel on Pastel Mat Paper, 350 X 500 mm
Little Kitten
Little Kitten, Soft Pastel on Pastel Mat Paper, 350 X 500 mm
Pig
Pig, Soft Pastel on Pastel Paper, 297 x 420 mm
Pig 2
Pig 2, Soft Pastel on Pastel Paper, 297 x 420 mm
Red Squirrel
Red Squirrel, Oil on Canvas, 16 X 12 ins

Dominic McNamara, Limerick and Clare, Irish Artist

Dominic Mc namara is an artist from Co. Clare. Ireland

I was Born and raised in Limerick city, Ireland many many years ago :). Now living in Co. Clare with my lovely wife Maria, and we have two grown up kids/adults living not to far from us with a family of there own, and last but not least there is Cat (my daughter couldn't think of another name for her) such a cute kitty, we would be lost with out her. For the most part I am a self taught Artist, I started painting when I was very young, I have no formal training, I don't know all the technical terms or jargon, But I love doing what I do.

I gave up painting around the late 70s (to work for a living) I worked with my wife for many years French polishing and restoring antique furniture and later went into restoring period houses and buildings, until 2008 when fate intervened and took me away from the working environment and returned me to where I am now. So I'm not sure If I can officially call myself a fully qualified Artist, but I'm trying, and hoping that someday I may be looked upon as an Artist. I hope if you are having a look at what I do, that you enjoy what you see, and if you have any questions, I would love to hear from you.

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