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The Sunbender,Ink
The Sunbender,Ink, watercolour and coloured pencils on mixed media paper, 297 x 420 mm
Peacock Girls
Peacock Girls, Ink and coloured pencils on cartridge paper, 420 x 594 mm
Panna ZsambaI'm a self-taught watercolour artist with a great interest in the mythical and imaginary. My subjects are mostly fantastic beasts, but I have a thing for birds, especially poultry.
Galway Hooker 2020 at Dawn
Galway Hooker 2020 at Dawn, Acrylic, 18 x 14 inches
Galway Hookers Heading Out Orange Sky
Galway Hookers Heading Out Orange Sky, Acrylic, 18 x 14 inches
Marcel LindsayI took up painting while on holidays and have never looked back. I work in Acrylics and Pen for the most part and love painting the Sea and Coastlines
Ouroboros
Ouroboros, Pen and Ink, A4
Shackled III
Shackled III, Pen and Ink, A3
Martin PrendergastMy art comes from life and imagination. They are from the life and experiences that I have had
Summer Day's
Summer Day's, Oil on Canvas, 12 x 16 inches
Morning Light
Morning Light, Oil on Canvas, 12 x 16 inches
Colin WoodI work mostly in oil's, painting local views and landmarks as well as some of the more well known places in Ireland as well as locations farther afield.
Watching The Sky
Watching The Sky, oil, 60 x 50 cm
Cards
Cards, oil, 30 x 20 inches
Joe FulhamI mostly do oils, and have sold and given away paintings. I have a number of paintings on permanent display in DVI community Centre in Cabra.
Tea Rooms in Autumn
Tea Rooms in Autumn, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 Inches
Escape
Escape, Oil on canvas, 39.5 x 32 inches
Ruth MoloneyI try to make my art joyful and focus on people, animals and places that put a smile on my face or give me cause for reflection. I love expressive people and so I also experiment with portraiture in graphite and life drawing.
Murlough,Bay Summer Hide Away
Murlough,Bay Summer Hide Away, Oil on Canvas, 18 x 24 inches
Study in Oil
Study in Oil, Oil on Canvas Board, 22 x 18 inches
Nana BradleyNana is a self-taught artist who has worked to add her own artistic interpretation to the landscapes and characters that have inspired her, extending her artist licence on occasion to the landscapes of the Orient.
Dublin Canal Boat Study
Dublin Canal Boat Study, Oils on canvas panel, 10 x 14 inches
Sunshine and Silver Study
Sunshine and Silver Study, Oils on canvas panel, 5 x 7 inches
Kevin McSherryKevin's pieces have been exhibited in galleries in London, Paris and Dublin and major Irish cities. He has also been involved in shows in le Louvre, Paris and the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin.
A Walk Through The Hollow
A Walk Through The Hollow, Oil, 76 x 61 cm
Sunset On The River Liffey
Sunset On The River Liffey, Oil, 36 x 26 cm
Gerard BuckleyI paint local scenes in oils, the Irish landscape is my constant source of inspiration. I aim to capture the essence of this timeless beauty, both in traditional and abstract form.
abstract no.2
abstract no.2, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 120 cms
abstract no.1
abstract no.1, Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 120 cms
David MerrifieldDavid Merrifield graduated from DIT college of art in 1998 with an honours degree in fine art. He lives and works in Co.Donegal.
Land of Saints and scholars
Land of Saints and scholars, Oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm
Hidden Messages Golden Tulips
Hidden Messages Golden Tulips, Oil on canvas, 36 x 46 cm
Noella ManleyI am enthralled by the beauty in the world about us and I strive to capture it through my painting. I find my self drawn to land seascapes and still life. I work mainly in oils.
Destitute
Destitute, Oil on board, 46 x 32 inches
In My Disconsolate Days
In My Disconsolate Days, Oil on board, 23 x 16 inches
Luke HickeyThe artist's work depicts scenes from ordinary, everyday life, paying attention to the daily routine and everyday objects. These subjects are explored through emotions that relate to depression.

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