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Man With Crocodile
Man With Crocodile, Oil on canvas, 150 x 190 cm
Two Figures In A Canoe
Two Figures In A Canoe, Oil on canvas, 150 x 190 cm
Connor RobertsonI enjoy painting large scale, I feel it gives room for chance and for accidents to occur during the painting process. These accidents can allow a painting to achieve a new dialogue that can go beyond representation.
Forest Floor
Forest Floor, oil, 100 x 91 cm
City 1
City 1, Oil, 45 x 30 cm
Tanis Gordon SmithMy work has no specific theme. I paint what I feel and therefore can not be held to any particular style. Freedom. The people who view and perhaps buy my work create me and without them as an artist I do not exist.
Grey Mare with Skewbald Foal 1
Grey Mare with Skewbald Foal 1, Oil on canvas, 10 x 12 ins
On the Bit
On the Bit, Oil on canvas, 12 X 14 ins
Mairead HolohanI am a graduate of NCAD and WIT. I worked with horses for years and have an in depth knowledge of the horse. I work with community groups to enable myself to paint what I like.
Judy ShinnickFlorence is the centre of an emerging renaissance of classical, realist art and Judy has invested the last 5 summers there studying the techniques and traditional methods of The Old Masters.
Sunset Over The Pier
Sunset Over The Pier, Watercolour on Paper, 14.5 x 10.2 inches
Night Falling,Spiddal
Night Falling,Spiddal, Watercolour on Paper, 11.5 x 8.2 inches
Fiona ConcannonWatercolour on Paper, Landscapes of the West of Ireland. Her work has always had a deep concern with the use and effects of colour. Her current work is focusing on the beauty of the Irish landscape, especially that of the West of Ireland, where Fiona resides.
Portballintrae after the Storm
Portballintrae after the Storm, Soft Pastel, 65 x 40 cm
Fairhead, Soft pastel, 80 x 56 cm
David SweetA paediatrician in Belfast painting mainly as a hobby. He works in soft pastel and has been accepted for membership of the Pastel Society of Ireland in 2009
Must Go Fishing
Must Go Fishing, Acrylics, 20 x 30 cm
After The Dance
After The Dance, Acrylics, 20 x 30 cm
Karen ShawI draw the 3Fs….flora, fauna and feathers! My husband is a talented amateur photographer and it is he who provides most of the inspiration for my work, by taking close-up photos of my subjects.
Hamish, Acrylic on canvas board, 23 x 23 inches framed
Heather Hills
Heather Hills, Acrylic on canvas, 14 x 10 inches
Amanda DowieI will paint anything that captures my imagination or inspiration; my first love being sea-scapes. I really enjoy exploring and playing with colour and rather than recreating a pretty scene, I try to capture energy which tends to produce a more contemporary look.
STAG, Mixed media, 95 x 57 cm
HARVEY, Mixed media, 95 x 48 cm
Sylvia Parkinson BrownAlthough my formal training was in sculpture, in recent years I have devoted my time to painting and drawing. Animals have always featuredin my work and my studio is surrounded by lush Kilkenny farmland.
When Siberian Forest Is On Fire
When Siberian Forest Is On Fire, Gouache on canvas panel, 40 x 40 cm
Insomnia, Acrylics on oval canvas, 40 x 20 cm
Olga RozhdestvinaAfter moving to Dublin Olga discovered for herself new ways of reflecting her fascination with literature and cinematography by means of inks and acrylics, pastel and coal, simple and watercolour pencils.
Give Me Some Lovin,With The World In Mind
Give Me Some Lovin,With The World In Mind, Oil on canvas., 600 x 450 mm
If Only This Old House Could Talk
If Only This Old House Could Talk, Oil on canvas, 600 x 510 mm
Michael EganSome of my oil paintings are very heavily layered with paint up to 12 mm thick; this perspective to me gives a painting a much more interesting 3D dimension. I have also completed some more paintings on commission since returning home.
Emperor, Watercolour, 47.5 x 57.5 cm (framed))
Cobh Fiddler
Cobh Fiddler, Oil, 25 x 30 cm
Joe ButlerI took up the study of art full time, firstly at Colaiste Stiofan Naofa in Cork, and then at the Crawford College of Art, graduating with an Honours Degree in Fine Art in 2013.

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