Gallery Preview Wall 03/30

The New Normal
The New Normal, oil on canvas, 60 x 60 cm
Bring Out Your Bread
Bring Out Your Bread, oil on arches paper, 31 x 33 cm
Daire LynchWith a boundless reverence for life and the human form, he has birthed a world where the nuances of humanity are brought to the forefront and propose an emotive journey to the viewer.
Early Morning Swim
Early Morning Swim, Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Siesta, Mosaic on board, 48 x 36 cm
Colette O'BrienColette O'Brien was born in Highgate, London. Throughout School and college Art featured high on her school curriculum. In 1989 Colette moved to Dubai
Swords Swans
Swords Swans, Acrylic, 16 x 25 cm
Swords Waterfall
Swords Waterfall, Acrylic, 21 x 31 cm
Catherine ConwayI enjoy working with oils, acrylics and more recently watercolours. I like detailed subjects and I am drawn towards plants and flowers.
Marlay Park 1
Marlay Park 1, Watercolour, A3
Marlay Park 2
Marlay Park 2, Watercolour, A3
Cathal O'BriainCathal O'Briain is a self-taught Watercolour artist. He enjoys painting on location and currently exhibits his work at O'Briain Art Gallery in Lucan, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Biophilia,Chalk pastel
Biophilia,Chalk pastel, sharpie, 46 x 46 inches
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no title, Chalk pastel, 28 x 23 inches
Brian BoylanBrian Boylan worked in animation for years in Dublin, London, Sydney and Los Angeles, where he now lives.
Blue Jug and Oranges
Blue Jug and Oranges, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 35 cm
Blue Jug
Blue Jug, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 35 cm
Amanda TapleyFor the last number of years I have concentrated on still life paintings, and I am currently exploring still life and how I can use subject matter to convey ideas and emotion.
Portnablagh from Horn Head,Donegal
Portnablagh from Horn Head,Donegal, Watercolour on cotton rag paper, 19.5 x 12.25 inches
Coming Ashore,Connemara,Mayo
Coming Ashore,Connemara,Mayo, Watercolour on cotton rag paper, 19.5 x 12.25 inches
Paul HolmesI enjoy teaching others the techniques of watercolour painting and have great pleasure in seeing them progress in their work.
View from Bambas Crown 4
View from Bambas Crown 4, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 50 cm
View from Bambas Crown 1
View from Bambas Crown 1, Oil on Canvas, 60 x 50 cm
Patrick BrennanI am an artist from Derry N. Ireland, who cannot stick to one style of painting. I feel that paintings should be spontaneous. Paint first reason later
Forest Glade,Killarney
Forest Glade,Killarney, Oil on Canvas Paper, 10 x 8 inches
Forest Glade,Killarney 2
Forest Glade,Killarney 2, Oil on Canvas Paper, 10 x 8 inches
Micheal O'Muirthilea national prize-winning artist from Ireland whose forte includes equine art, landscape and portraiture paintings and drawings. His work is in private collections throughout Ireland, England, continental Europe, America, Canada, Australia and the Middle East.
Mountain Cottage,Carnlough,County Antrim,(ref photo WA Green Collection,NMNI)
Mountain Cottage,Carnlough,County Antrim,(ref photo WA Green Collection,NMNI), Oil and Acrylic on Canvas board, 5 x 7 inches
House of Peter Keenan,Alwories,Co. Tyrone,1951 from a photograph in the National Folklore Collection,UCD
House of Peter Keenan,Alwories,Co. Tyrone,1951 from a photograph in the National Folklore Collection,UCD, Graphite on paper, 8.3 x 11.7 inches
Laura ButlerI am particularly drawn to images where the presence of people, the mark they make on the landscape over time can be felt and I try to depict this in
Changes in Time
Changes in Time, Soft Pastel, 350 x 500 mm
Lakeside, Soft Pastel, 350 x 500 mm
Dominic McNamaraI am a self taught Artist, 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 loo
connemara, print Ltd, 15 x 20 inch
homecoming, print Ltd, 20 x 30 inch
Deborah JoyceHer work is primarily an unconscious process, translating into pictures what is absorb through life. Deborah’s work has been published in National and International papers, has done many private commissions, also her work is in many private collections all over the world.

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