Paul Rose English artist, England and Mayo

Bog Pool on Knock Road
Bog Pool on Knock Road, Oil On Canvas, 50 x 61 cm
Blanket Bog
Blanket Bog, Oil On Linen, 120 x 150 cm
Doogea, Oil On Canvas, 30 x 40 cm
Achill Bog
Achill Bog, Oil On Canvas, 30 x 40 cm
Cunnagher More Bog Pool
Cunnagher More Bog Pool, Oil and Mixed Media on Canvas, 41 x 77 cm
Sliabh Cairn Bog Pool
Sliabh Cairn Bog Pool, Oil On Canvas, 61 x 92 cm
Sunset Over A Bog Pool
Sunset Over A Bog Pool, Oil On Canvas, 61 x 92 cm
Bragan Bog
Bragan Bog, Oil On Canvas, 40 x 50 cm
Bog Up Slieve Beagh
Bog Up Slieve Beagh, Oil On Canvas, 33 x41 cm
Cloghoge (Wicklow)
Cloghoge (Wicklow), Oil On Canvas, 61 x 92 cm
Glendree Bog (Clare)
Glendree Bog (Clare), Oil On Linen, 120 x 150 cm
Pettigo Plateau
Pettigo Plateau, Oil On Linen, 120 x 150 cm

English artist Paul Rose, England and Mayo

Paul's projects often consists of multiple works, often in a range of different media, grouped around specific themes and meanings. My artistic practice is engaged with social, cultural and identity stemming from feelings, dreams, and memories and considers his work as a journey through life. His works have been included in group shows throughout Mayo and solo shows in Cacela Vahla, Portugal, Bray, Co Wicklow, Gallery 27, in Dublin and The Hyde Bridge Gallery, Sligo. He also has had various commissions and publications.

The exhibitions purpose is to convey a scenario by providing paintingsin Abstract Expressionism form, which represents what is being felt from the inside rather than the outside. The creativity within his paintings are meant to let the viewer develop new imaginations, grab the interest and entice an emotional response from the viewer letting the viewer piece together the works for their own perception and understanding, each viewer takes something a little different from the same painting.

Paul as always been fascinated by the Irish Wetlands/bogs. Ireland's peat bogs are valued landscapes and places of unique flora and fauna, they feature throughout Irish history, art, music and folklore, they appear to be ever present and never ending. It's topography which is transformed by ever changing light, at times crammed or lost in dejection, sometimes standing full of pride with an impression of poignant restraint, calmness, wellbeing and ruggedness.

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