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This is the Moment
This is the Moment, oil on board, 50.5 x 25.5 cms
Dark into Light
Dark into Light, Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 cms
Bettina NortonI paint outdoor oil studies en plien air when possible which are then the basis for larger studio pieces. My main medium is oil but I also do quick watercolor studies as I travel as it helps keep ideas in my head for future work.
Vegetable Farm on Winter Evening
Vegetable Farm on Winter Evening, Watercolor, 14 x 18 inches
Looking out from the Elliot
Looking out from the Elliot, Pastel, 7 x 10 inches
Susan Herrean architect and urban planner working on higher-speed intercity passenger projects across the U.S.
Opium Elixir of Breath 1
Opium Elixir of Breath 1, multiple, 24 x 15 inches
Blue Fluid
Blue Fluid, multiple, 15 x 24 inches
Siobhan Dempseycreation is at the art of everything. Me making my way through with prescience and essential singularity, servant of the universe no more no less. the end.
untitled, pencil on paper, A3
untitled, pencil on paper, A2
Patricia Gurgel-SegrilloIn my native Brazil, in London and San Francisco, I have trained and worked in a diverse range of disciplines, through oil painting, silk-screen print
Lower House
Lower House, Oil, 8 x 8 ins
Culdaff, Oil, 24 x 30 cm
Marguerite HeilmanMarguerite has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History and studies painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. She exhibits her work in the United States and Ireland.
Poolbeg, Acrylics, 420 x 594 mm
Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park, Acrylics, 297x420 mm
Jason YourellI have been an art teacher, worked in TV and film, animation and design. Everything I do in my professional life stems from a place of artistic fascination and the challenge of trying to master something new.
Soaring in,aquatint
Soaring in,aquatint, soap ground etching on zinc, 30 x 40 cm
Gliding, aquatint etching on zinc, 15 x 20 cm
Corinna Schroeder-vFrihlingGrowing up in a visual artist's home I started painting as a toddler and made my first etching at the age of 9. After studies in ceramics graphics and
Green Door Bakery 1
Green Door Bakery 1, Mixed Media, A3
Bar and Barbers
Bar and Barbers, Paint and Collage, A3
Carolyn WalshCarolyn Walsh originally from Cahirciveen, Co.Kerry, currently living and studying for an MA in Graphic Design in Dublin. She has exhibited her painti
The Holy Hour
The Holy Hour, Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm
National College of Art and Design
National College of Art and Design, Watercolour, 30 x 42 cm
Brian O'NeillFollowing a successful Degree show Brian set up his Dublin based studio where his work consists mainly of architectural pieces and portraiture in his chosen mediums, Watercolour, Acrylic, Pencil and low relief Ceramic sculpture.
Winter, Oil on canvas, 30 x25 cm
Street Life
Street Life, Oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm
Valerie MaldineyI started painting in 2016..., little did I know it would become a true passion. I am currently particularly drawn to portraiture as searching for the person's essence through their eyes gives me great pleasure.
Enamel Jugs
Enamel Jugs, Oil on Board, 24 x 17 inches
Which Came First
Which Came First, Oil on Board, 24 x 20 inches
Susan CairnsStill Life Original Paintings, all oil on board. After several years she changed direction to oil painting specialising in still life constantly continuing to master her craft....
Optimism, Acrylic and aerosol paint, 32 x 40 inches
Wonderment, Acrylic and aerosol paint, 32 x 40 inches
Stephen Wardmy artwork is inspired and in memory of my son, Craig, who took his own life sadly, aged 29 years old,in April 2016. My artwork is, in my mind, guided by my son, and prolongs his memory.

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