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Path Through The Corn At Pourville
Path Through The Corn At Pourville, Oil on paper, 16 x 12
Flowered Grass
Flowered Grass, Acrylic on canvas, 28 x 20 inches
Wendy MoorePainting for me is like a life force of its own, it guides me to be what it wants to be and always surprises at its finish. It is rediscovering new images in which I try to bring pleasure and intrigue.
Lighthouse, Oil on Canvas, 70 x 50 cm
Irish Forest
Irish Forest, Oil on Canvas, 45 x 60 cm
Violetta WojciechowskaI am a beginner painter. The style I enjoy the most is abstract painting and Landscapes. I love to paint nature.
Leicester, Digital Painting, na
Game of Cronies
Game of Cronies, Acrylic on Canvas, 18 x 20 ins
Rory ThompsonOver the past few years I've worked internationally on feature films, shorts, TV, theatre and live events as a concept artist, sets/props fabricator, a production designer and as a scenic painter.
O'Fortuna, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60 cm
Under A Starry Sky
Under A Starry Sky, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Marja van KampenMy paintings explore themes of childhood including elements of landscape, either local or foreign. Strong influences are images and curios I have collected on travels abroad, particularly India, where vibrant colours and patterns have incorporated an Eastern feature to my work.
A Late Night
A Late Night, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Aurora's Gaze
Aurora's Gaze, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40 cm
Lorraine FletcherCollection of 2 new ranges, The Vintage Range, The Campercows [Showing at the RDS, 14-16th November, 2014]
Arthurstown Bay 2. (2017)
Arthurstown Bay 2. (2017), Oil on canvas, 109 x 109 cm
A View To The Black Stairs (2017)
A View To The Black Stairs (2017), Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
Lar JoyceLar Joyce is a self-taught artist based in Wexford. His artistic talent was apparent from an early age and growing up in the countryside, he found his inspiration through nature and animals.
Let's Celebrate
Let's Celebrate, Oil palette knife, 13.5 x 13.5 inches
Perfect Full Moon The Power Station
Perfect Full Moon The Power Station, Oil palette knife, 40 x 40 inches
Jean LowndesIrish artist based in North County Dublin. I love the palette knife working with oils. The thick impasto technique gives mood and atmosphere to my work.
Decaying Tree No.1
Decaying Tree No.1, Acrylic on Board, 60.2 x 60.2 cm
Decaying Tree No.2
Decaying Tree No.2, Acrylic on Board, 60.3 x 60.3 cm
Hugh P. Magrathlike to use the photographic image as the first step of a stairs; each subsequent image moving a step further away from the original image yet still related - an abstraction.
The Barbarians At The Gates,2017
The Barbarians At The Gates,2017, oil on linen, 50 x 60 cm
Asymmetrical Warfare,2017
Asymmetrical Warfare,2017, oil on linen, 45 x 90 cm
Conor WaltonBorn in Dublin in 1970, Conor Walton studied painting at NCAD, winning the Taylor Prize in 1993, the year of his graduation. After further studies in
Fished out of the bog
Fished out of the bog, Bog Oak on Spalted Beech base, Height 28 cm Width 40 cm Depth 7.5 cm Not including Base
The Horse Head
The Horse Head, Bog Oak on Spalted Beech Base, Height 33 cm Width 32 cm Depth 14 cm Not including Base
Trish RogersI specialize in Bog Oak sculpture with Spalted Beech. Each of my sculptures are unique and develop their form by the removal of all the old and dead wood from the piece of the tree I select.
Brock, Soft pastel, 30 x 40 cm
Fisher of Kings
Fisher of Kings, Soft pastel, 45 x 55 cm
Lyn SteeleI specialise in pet portraits and wildlife art. I live in a small rural village in County Armagh where we are surrounded by wildlife of all sorts.
Drift, Acrylic, 33 x 37 cms
Cloudbreak, Acrylic, 28 x 24 cms
Sarah McEvoyThrough her studies and work as a physiotherapist she has also developed an interest in the anatomy and expression of the human body. She will exhibit her work at the Kilkenny Arts Festival in August 2017.

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