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The Ferry
The Ferry, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 60 cms
Sheila, Acrylic on Canvas, 70 x 100 cms
Ruth I McHughI like a painterly style with colours reflecting the mood of the artwork, influenced by photography, but desiring to produce a technique that does not resemble a photograph.
Jelly Bean Doodle,Acrylic,40
Jelly Bean Doodle,Acrylic,40, 5 x 40, 5 cm
My Personal Universe
My Personal Universe, Acrylic, 61 x 46 cm
Patricia PowerMy paintings are mainly acrylic and mixed media, I have a preference for structures and colours. On walks with my dogs I get inspired by nature like shapes, patterns and structures.
Mauve Mandala 1
Mauve Mandala 1, Acrylic on canvas, 28 x 28 cm
Mauve Mandala 2
Mauve Mandala 2, Acrylic on canvas, 28 x 28 cm
Melanie GrahamMy painting style evolved from a desire to capture on canvas the beauty of normally fleeting moments in time. I have also created works with abstract expressionistic qualities and have most recently enjoyed exploring the texture of oil paints.
Dunmore Harbour
Dunmore Harbour, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 36 x 36 ins
Noinono Mora
Noinono Mora, Mixed media on canvas, 36 x 36 ins
Brid KenneallyLandscape and seascape artist from An Rinn,Co Waterford. Established my own Gallery Noinin and art studio in Dungarvan in August 2016.
Eat Me
Eat Me, graphite and gold leaf, 9 x 12 ins
Tea Party
Tea Party, graphite and gold leaf, 9 x 12 ins
Dawn Coulter CruttendenIn 2015, a series of her drawings was bought by musician Stevie Nicks. These are now installed in LA. The prints of these pieces decorate the children's cancer ward of The Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.
Baltinglass Abbey
Baltinglass Abbey, Oils, na
Bank at Poulapuca Lakeside
Bank at Poulapuca Lakeside, Charcoal, 58 x 41 cm
Maura O'HalloranI have painted for about twenty years and have developed my appreciation and skill from attending art classes, obtaining an arts degree with the Open University and completing the portfolio preparation course at Carlow.
Absence and Presence I
Absence and Presence I, oil on canvas, 24 x 31 inches
Absence and Presence II
Absence and Presence II, oil on canvas, 24 x 31 inches
Karen WalshI mostly work on canvas however I have experimented on various surfaces including that of found materials exhumed from the abandoned sites I have explored throughout Ireland.
Fields Of Barley
Fields Of Barley, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 20 ins
Brownstown Head,Co Waterford
Brownstown Head,Co Waterford, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 20 ins
Rachel RyanMy subject matter is extremely varied portraiture, landscapes, wildlife, still life, architecture and one of my favorite subjects race horses. I have always pushed myself with my w...
Decadent Duo
Decadent Duo, Oil on canvas, 15 x 17 ins
Enchanted Branches
Enchanted Branches, Oil on canvas, 12 x 17 ins
Michelle TerritI am very passionate about Art. I can say with Color what I simply can not say with words.
Wild Atlantic Way
Wild Atlantic Way, Oil, 16 x 14 inches
Lazy Days
Lazy Days, Oils, 14 x 14 inches
Gillian HennessyGill paints large oils both commercially and privately commissioned. She has been painting since an early age and at the moment her work is concentrated mainly on large Irish landscapes in all their daily changing shades and movement
Inquisitive Saddlebacks
Inquisitive Saddlebacks, Oil in canvas, 29 x 19 ins
Tranquillity, Oil in canvas, 47 x 30 ins
Edward O'ConnellI have been oil painting for the last couple of years. The inspiration of my painting are from where I lived and where I live now. I am very interested painting animals and landscapes. However, I have painted portraits too.
Cork Street Derelict
Cork Street Derelict, Pen and Ink on watercolour paper, 110 x 76cm
Dinan,Brittany,Pen,ink,watercolour, on watercolour paper, 30 x 40 cm
Debbie Cheeversprimarily architectural and figurative art. Both genres broadly deal with perception and the distortion of familiarity, utilising the relatively precise arsenal of sketching media, such as pen and ink, or grease pencil, to create something imprecise and ambiguous.

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