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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.
Icy Road Ballybetagh Co. Dublin
Icy Road Ballybetagh Co. Dublin, watercolor, 14 x 10 inches
Lobster Boat West Pier,Dun Laoghaire
Lobster Boat West Pier,Dun Laoghaire, watercolor, 14 x 10 inches
Nick FeganMy primary objective is to capture all my subjects outdoors - 'plein-air'. It's a difficult way to paint, however, this gives you two things
Going Home From Dollymount
Going Home From Dollymount, Watercolour and Ink, 8 x 6 inches
Tidal Motion
Tidal Motion, Watercolour, 8 x 6 inches
Michael ClancyDublin City and its skyline intrigue him and he is a constant cloud watcher. Michael worked as a cameraman and a photographer before taking up the easels and paints.
Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi, Oils, 50 x 60 cms
Landscape NZ
Landscape NZ, Oils, 70 x 100 cms
Madeleine FaddenSometimes I focus on landscape especially when I travel or hill walk. Often it's the flowers and vegetables I grow that inspire me. I typically work in oils but I also like to experiment.
Vide Cor Meum
Vide Cor Meum, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Ablaze
Ablaze, Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
Jaanika TaltsI'm not able to put it into words how much I love colours! Colours are everywhere. We all use the power of colours daily, often unconsciously. For me, colours became my language. A tool I use to translate my thoughts and feelings. Emotions revealed, without saying a word.
Nosey Cow
Nosey Cow, Oil, 20 x 24 inches
Limousine Cow
Limousine Cow, Oil, 20 x 24 inches
Angel Solecki ArnoldHer happiest place is always in front of a canvas giving each of her portraits unique character, flair and personality. When not painting she also teaches art to school children, sharing her skills!
Howth Lighthouse
Howth Lighthouse, oil, 28 x 20 ins
Howth Harbour - Moonlight 3
Howth Harbour - Moonlight 3, oil, 35 x 24 ins
Alan SomersLight and shadow take centre stage, playing on your senses to deliver a city different from the everyday experience; peeling back the modern fa├žade to show what once was, and a reminder of what could be.
At Slurp Two Tis
At Slurp Two Tis, Ink on watercolour paper, 8 x 11 inches
Tis Jazz Blues
Tis Jazz Blues, Ink on watercolour paper, 8 x 11 inches
TisArtI studied Japanese art at Trinity College, I am also a carver of wood. Both these skills influence my art.
Errigal
Errigal, Acrylic, 5 x 7 ins
Windy Beach
Windy Beach, Acrylic, 8 x 6 ins
Stephen T ShawMost of my work is inspired by the surrounding landscapes of places I know well in Derry, Donegal and Dublin. I enjoy juggling a professional career in graphic design and working as a painter/artist in the evenings and weekends. I work predominantly in the medium of acrylic.

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