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Odd One Out
Odd One Out, watercolour, 12 x 12 inches
Little Owl
Little Owl, mixed media, 12 x 12 inches
Audrey Kyleenjoys expressing herself through the use of vibrant colour and works in a loose style, letting the paint make its mark. Audrey was accepted as a full member of the Art Society of Ulster in 2014 and exhibits in their annual show.
MAGMA
MAGMA, ACRYLIC, 30 x 40 Ins
PATHWAYS
PATHWAYS, ACRYLIC, 30 X 40 Ins
Adrian WrightThese paintings give me the opportunity to express pure creativity and allow me to just paint what comes into my mind. Chaotic they may look sometimes but there is a method of balance and I know when to stop.
Lazying On A Sunny Afternoon
Lazying On A Sunny Afternoon, oil on board, 40 x 30 cm
The Thrill Is Gone
The Thrill Is Gone, oil on board, 40 x 30 cm
Stephen Jamisonartist specializing in portraits, something which I have never regretted. I paint exclusively in oils although my background was in watercolour and pen and ink work.
Spirit of Freedom
Spirit of Freedom, Conte, 29 x 42 cm
I Will Always Love You
I Will Always Love You, Conte and coloured Pencil, 29 x 42 cm
Rachel DubberThe portfolio consists of mostly oil paintings, pencil drawings, photography and occasionally sculptures. My work has been exhibited in Europe, China ...
Charlie and Freddie
Charlie and Freddie, Watercolour on lineboard, 29 x 39 cm
Dino
Dino, Watercolour on lineboard, 29 x 39 cm
Pervaneh MatthewsPet portrait commissions by Pervaneh Matthews, Specialises in watercolour monochrome portraits on lineboard, using the colour sepia. She exhibits regularly at the Peoples Art exhibition, Stephens Green, Dublin
Lumi,acrylic
Lumi,acrylic, polychromos and luminance pencils on watercolour paper (reference client's own photo), A3 (29.7 x 42.0cm)
Best Buds
Best Buds, coloured pencils, A3
Michelle WilsonI work from photographs and particularly enjoy painting and drawing animals. The works you see here are previous commissions.
Rain On the Wind
Rain On the Wind, egg tempera, 66 x 91 cms
Sea Totem
Sea Totem, oil, 86 x 115 cms
Fergus Ryana representational painter whose principal influences have included 19C landscape British and French painters, and, especially, the 20C American realist painter Andrew Wyeth.
NOW and FOREVER
NOW and FOREVER, ACRYLIC, 76 X 102 cm
ABUNDANCE OF POPPIES
ABUNDANCE OF POPPIES, ACRYLIC, 61 X 76 cm
Emma CampbellInspiration is taken on board from many things, for example, the natural colour and beauty that nature provides, whether it is on our own back door, or a passing image from a car window.
Green Pig
Green Pig, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
Pink Pig
Pink Pig, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
Ber Murphymy subject matter ranges from portraits of people, to more frequently, portraits of dogs and pigs. I enjoy trying to capture the character and depth of feeling in expressions, time just evaporates when I'm at the easel and on a roll.
The Bluebell Woods
The Bluebell Woods, Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 cm
Portglenone Bluebell Wood
Portglenone Bluebell Wood, Oil on canvas, 15.7 x 15.7 inches
Margaret McGoniglefrom my teenage years I developed a keen interest in art, and then painting. Accepted into ArtCollege at the age of 17, I decided instead to train as a teacher, andworked part-time with special needs children when bringing up my own family.
Joseph Plunkett (Seven Signatories Series)
Joseph Plunkett (Seven Signatories Series), Giclee Print from original painting, 29.5 x 42 cm
Eamonn Ceannt (Seven Signatories Series)
Eamonn Ceannt (Seven Signatories Series), Giclee print from original painting, 29.5 x 42 cm
Eoghain Phelan1916 Irish Rebellion, portraits of the 7 signatories of the proclamation.
Gardener's Rest
Gardener's Rest, Oils, 12 x 12 ins
Showjumper
Showjumper, Oils, 24 x 24 ins
Diane HoweI love the challenge of making someone else's dreams come true in a painting. For this reason I also do fantasy work where you can be featured in a completely made up setting of your choosing.

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