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Moher
Moher, Oil on deep canvas, 12 x 16 inches
Emerald City
Emerald City, Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches
Lynda Ryanportraits but lately enjoying looser impressionist styles. Painting is something that I look forward to every day.
BIRDS VIEW OF IRELAND
BIRDS VIEW OF IRELAND, Acrylic on deep canvas, 100 x 100 cm
SHORELINE
SHORELINE, Acrylic on deep canvas, 51 x 51 cm
Holger BaehrI paint from memory, but often inspired by continuous journeys through the Irish countryside, especially the Shannon region where I live.
Untitled 2019
Untitled 2019, mixed media, 81 x 116 cm
Blue Tree Series 2019
Blue Tree Series 2019, mixed media, 20 x 40 cm
Evelyn DoodyTrained in sculpture and photography, at the moment I find I'm drawn to painting using whatever materials I can find. Experimentation and intuition lead me in my work.
After the Storm on Banna Beach,Kerry
After the Storm on Banna Beach,Kerry, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
Children at the Beach
Children at the Beach, Acrylic on canvas, 50.5 x 40.5 cm
Deirdre O'MahonyI love going for walks and capturing moments in time on the camera which I then attempt to put on the canvas. I'm new to painting having taken up lessons in September 2017.
With Love
With Love, Acrylic Paints on Board, 365 x 595 mm
Sin
Sin, Acrylic Paints on Board, 365 x 595 mm
AndyMcThe artworks often depict portraits of people lost in heated moments, people looking lost and posing questions through expression.
Antrim Hills
Antrim Hills, Acrylics, 16 x 16 inches
Girl with a turban
Girl with a turban, Graphite and pastel, 16.5 x 23.4 inches
Ian WilgausDeveloping an interest in capturing the likeness of the people around him Ian became more formalized as the years went on by finding inspiration from artists such as David Kassan, Rembrandt and Lucian Freud.
Whooper Swans,Lough Gara,Co. Sligo
Whooper Swans,Lough Gara,Co. Sligo, Watercolour on Paper, 18 x 24 inches
Herald of Summer (Cuckoo)
Herald of Summer (Cuckoo), Watercolour on Paper, 13.5 x 10 inches
Conor O'ConnellThe main subjects of his artwork are birds and mammals but he also enjoys painting landscapes of Irish scenery. He paints primarily in Watercolour but occasionally paints in Oils or Acrylics, and hardly a day goes by thathe doesn't produce at least one pencil or pen sketch!
Responsibility
Responsibility, Oil On Canvas, 12 x 10 inches
Happiness
Happiness, Oil On Canvas, 12 x 10 inches
Siun Morrison KyleDerry is my home, Ireland is my Nation. I'm content within when I paint and when I paint well. Portraiture is something I will never master completely but therein lies the love.
Eddie Licking His Lips
Eddie Licking His Lips, Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 inches
Glorious Waves On A Windy Day in Tramore County Waterford
Glorious Waves On A Windy Day in Tramore County Waterford, Oil on canvas, 50 x 60 inches
Michaela BackMichaela Is enjoying painting the beautiful area of Tramore at the moment in preparation for an art exhibition. She loves painting sunsets she tries to show the laid back atmosphere on a lazy summer evening at the beach.
Untitled 1
Untitled 1, Ink Drawing on Giclee Print, Variable
Untitled 2
Untitled 2, Ink Drawing on Giclee Print, Variable
Jean DunneDunne uses subconscious drawings to explore the concept of an alternative reality. Themes present in Dunne's work are the surreal and the subconscious. These daily drawings are a expression of unknown thoughts.
Lavagna e gessetto,Graphite,pastel,soluble pigment
Lavagna e gessetto,Graphite,pastel,soluble pigment, sanguine and Pierre Noire, 48 x 34 cm
Forget me not,Pierre Noire
Forget me not,Pierre Noire, soluble graphite and white pigment on cardboard, 34 x 28 cm
Luca GuerzoniThe beauty of images and the power of words, which I sometimes combine in my drawings, are my other main sources of inspiration.
View To The Sea
View To The Sea, Acrylic, 50 x 40 cm
Sea Whisper
Sea Whisper, Acrylic, 30 x 20 cm
Kara DohertyI am a self taught artist from Roscommon. I use acrylics medium. Landscapes and seascapes is what I like to paint.

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