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Market Street,Kinsale
Market Street,Kinsale, Coloured Pencil on paper, 16 x 12 inches
Fishing Boats,Ballycotton
Fishing Boats,Ballycotton, Ink Pigment on paper, 16 x 12 inches
Phil DavisI'm Phil Davis, a self taught artist living in Ballycotton, Co Cork. I work from Studio 2 in the Shanagarry Design Centre,Shanagarry Co Cork. I have b
Skull in Shadows
Skull in Shadows, Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
2 apples
2 apples, Oil on board, 40 x 30 cm
Deborah ReidyPortraits, pastels, Deborah studied art in Waterford Institute of Technology and graduated in 2007. She has exhibited both abstract and figurative work throughout Leinster. She is currently focused on portraiture and working on commissions.
Sky's Warning 1
Sky's Warning 1, Encaustic, 8 x 6 inches
Electric Ice
Electric Ice, Encaustic, 8 x 6 inches
Vera LysaghtI work with a range of diverse materials and my latest gallery of work is mainly of abstract form using encaustic (molten wax and pigment) paints. I have exhibited my work Nationally and do some private commissions also.
We Can Fly to Knowledge
We Can Fly to Knowledge, Oil on Canvas Board, 16 x 20 inches
Deadly Dancer
Deadly Dancer, Acrylic, 16 x 20 ins
Sarah BoyleCurrent work includes a series of bird paintings inspired by the work of award-winning Photographer, Donal Power from Arklow, with his kind permission.
SELF-PORTRAITS
SELF-PORTRAITS, ACRYLIC-GOUACHE ON GESSO PANEL, 30 x 40cm
SELF-PORTRAIT
SELF-PORTRAIT, EGG-TEMPERA ON GESSO PANEL, 25 x 20 cm
Philip MackeyThere are so many interesting aspects to painting people and this is why I was always attracted to this genre. No two humans are the same, we all have our own individual qualities and characteristics, even identical twins.
Dubai Nightlife
Dubai Nightlife, Acrylic on Canvas, 102 x 76 cm
Red Red Forset
Red Red Forset, Acrylic on Canvas, 50.5 x 60.5 cm
Patrick JoyceMy current work is more of an abstract take on landscapes and wildlife with the main focus being on color. A lot of experimentation at the minute trying different approaches and techniques.
Atlantic Way
Atlantic Way, Textiles, 29 x 29 cm
Atlantic Way Seashore
Atlantic Way Seashore, Textiles, 29 x 29 cm
Geraldine LeonardThe striking combination of sensual, velvety textiles and a vividly rich colour palette allows me to transform scenes from our Irish landscape into incredibly unique pieces of art. My natural materials are sourced locally where possible. All pieces are mounted and framed.
Sligo
Sligo, Acrylic and coloured ink on canvas, 18 x 20 ins
Beeched boat Rosses Point
Beeched boat Rosses Point, Acrylic and coloured ink on canvas, 18 x 20 ins
Dave GavinI like to portray Sligo's buildings, Land, and street-scapes in a unique way. I have my own style and Identity in my work which I strive to intrigue through my collection.
Shelter Under Section
Shelter Under Section, Oil on canvas, 48 x 30 ins
Incoming Nightshift
Incoming Nightshift, Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 ins
Colin H DavidsonColin H Davidson, born 1961 in Donaghadee Co. Down.
An Explosion Of Colour
An Explosion Of Colour, Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Pink and Purple Hydrangea
Pink and Purple Hydrangea, Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Sylvia LinehanThe Irish countryside is the spark for her creativity. In particular she has a passion for trees. She is drawn to their complexity and beauty.
Basil the Child Goes Strange Places,0
Basil the Child Goes Strange Places,0, Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 cm
Basil the Child Goes Strange Places,1
Basil the Child Goes Strange Places,1, Oil on canvas, 40 x 60 cm
Shashi MartynovaIn 2017, she held her first small individual show, The Land of Something Else, in Moscow, and this show was entirely focused on all things Irish.
Hen Night
Hen Night, acrylic on canvas, 36 x 24 inches
Lost
Lost, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 inches
Pat TraceyPat's paintings are primarily figurative, and range from simple portraiture to intricate narratives. Often using humour, he depicts scenes using social, psychological, and political issues.

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