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14617, Mixed media on canvas, 60 x 50 cm
13717, Mixed media on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
Marc Guinanmy work has settled comfortably into a deeply enriched research based practice. I conceive works which are made of paint rather than painted. Through reflexivity and the unpredictability of an almost scientific studio space, which is currently based at a paint recycling centre in Dublin 15, I invite a breathing ground of exhilarating possibilities.
Ocean Blue
Ocean Blue, Acrylic on Canvas, 51 x 76 x 4 cm
Autumn Seascape
Autumn Seascape, Acryric on Canvas, 48 x 80 x 4 cm
Frank GriffinI always loved drawing and painting, I am self taught based in Dublin creating mainly abstract works using colours and textures that I get inspiration from my surrounding landscapes, buildings, the ocean, nature.
Barrow Walk
Barrow Walk, Oil, 50 x 60 cm
Dalkey Harbour
Dalkey Harbour, Oil, 18 x 24 inch
Vincent SmithVincent is primarily influenced by what he sees in the real world and works extensively on landscapes and streetscapes of all types. His work most conveys life in Ireland and the diversity of the landscape. Vincent also works on portraiture and accepts commissions.
Cockle Row,Groomsport
Cockle Row,Groomsport, Soft Pastel, 30 x 40 cm
Crawfordsburn Country Park,ref photo John (Sporty Morty)
Crawfordsburn Country Park,ref photo John (Sporty Morty), Soft Pastel, 30 x 40 cm
Elaine WhitesideElaine Whiteside, a self taught artist, based in Northern Ireland has discovered a passion for working in soft pastel, oil pastel and coloured pencil.
Humanity Huddled Together Escaping Covid
Humanity Huddled Together Escaping Covid, oil on canvas, 24 x 22 inches
Walking on Beara
Walking on Beara, oil on canvas, 24 x 18 inches
Anne GarveyPainting these three works was great fun. I hope to continue with seascapes, in this large size canvas for the immediate future. I love the sea, whilst also being very aware of it's dangers..
Joy at Charlies House
Joy at Charlies House, Oil on canvas, 65 x 90 cm
Bathtub at Charlies
Bathtub at Charlies, Oil on canvas, 65 x 90 cm
Sara GilliganAspiring contemporary animal and landscape realist painter
Interlocking In Stone
Interlocking In Stone, Acrylics On Canvas, 70 x 50 cm
Stone Interlacing
Stone Interlacing, Acrylics On Canvas, 70 x 50 cm
Orla Cahilloriginally from Galway is a County Kildare based artist and designer. She works in a variety of media but mainly in acrylics and oils.
Races at Laytown
Races at Laytown, oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cms
Laytown Strand Races
Laytown Strand Races, Oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cms
Rory Conwayattended painting sessions with Richard Moore. I have also studied at D.I.F.E. under Simon Rainsford. I did various other stints with various artist schools to try and vary my style.
Daisy Delights
Daisy Delights, Watercolour, 16 x 14 ins
Crashing Wave
Crashing Wave, Watercolour, 16 X 14 ins
Pat FlanneryI have embraced a new life of creativity; I paint what I feel and what inspires me.
Evening Encounter
Evening Encounter, Oil on canvas, 20 x 20 ins
Little Robin
Little Robin, Oil on canvas, 12 x 12 ins
Claire BurnsShe credits her family as her true teachers – Her Grandparents Deirdre Burns and the late 'Harry' W.H.Burns, and aunts Glynis and Alison have all made art their careers.
Parliament Bridge Cork
Parliament Bridge Cork, Oil on Canvas, 27 X 20 ins
Electric Bar Cork
Electric Bar Cork, Oil on Canvas, 30 X 20 ins
Jo-Anne YelenJo-Anne's work hangs in private collections all over the western world and the middle east, including the Anne Stevens Collection (Ford USA), and the great collection of art works in the castle of the Zu Luvenstein family where she hangs in the company of old and modern masters.
Decay II,Acrylic
Decay II,Acrylic, Pencil and dry pastel, 56 x 56 cm
Decay I,Acrylic
Decay I,Acrylic, Pencil and dry pastel, 56 x 56 cm
Jak BlueCurrent artwork explores language, music, ritual, myth, the occult and nature. His style ranges from urban street art to abstract action painting, expressionism, figurative and graphic art.

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