Gallery Preview Wall 24/30

Jack Skellington Pisshead
Jack Skellington Pisshead, Aluminium cans and mixed media, 10 ins approx
Cookie Pisshead
Cookie Pisshead, Aluminium beer can and mixed media, 6.5 ins approx
Rob CraneThe Pisshead (Beer Can) Collection, Rob Crane is a Irish Artist who enjoys painting, drawing, photography, working with ceramic and creating streetart
Number 10
Number 10, Porcelain, not given
Magdalene baby
Magdalene baby, Porcelain, not given
Neidin RodgersNeidin hopes to tell the stories of the women and children who where kept at these mother and baby homes by talking to some women and children who have told her their tragic story or relatives
Micky and Galileo
Micky and Galileo, Graphite pencils and charcoal, A3 (16.5 x 11.7 in)
Liath, Mixed media on grey tinted pastel paper, A4 (8.3 x 11.7 in)
Mihaela BosnegeanuOver the years I have used pencil and charcoal as my media of choice and high realism has been my favourite style, but I have recently begun experimenting with a variety of media and techniques.
Ladies View Killarney
Ladies View Killarney, Oil on Board, 10 x 12 inches
The Foxy Caddy
The Foxy Caddy, Oil on Canvas, 20 x 30 inches
Donna McGeeThe Irish landscape is my constant source of inspiration. I aim to capture the essence of this timeless beauty, both in traditional and abstract form and invite others to see the world through my eyes.
Making Memories
Making Memories, oil on panel, 10 x 12 ins
Perpetual Motion
Perpetual Motion, Oil on Canvas, 40 x 60 ins
Annemarie BourkeLandscapes, still life, flowers, figures,seascapes, to me it doesn't matter what the subject is, it is all about the light. I spend a lot of time painting en-plein-air, developing ideas and observing nature. I hope you enjoy this little collection.
The Dude
The Dude, Prismacolor pencils, A3
Our Lady of Los Angeles
Our Lady of Los Angeles, Prismacolor pencils, A3
Philip CotterWorking in a wide range on Mediums including Water colour, Pen and Ink, ProMarkers, Graphite, Charcoal and most recently, Prismacolor pencils. Horror Movies, Tattoos and Punk Rock being blatant inspirations I also like to do portraits and comic book themed work.
Summer Lilies II,textile-discharge dyeing
Summer Lilies II,textile-discharge dyeing, embroidery, 60 x 56 cm
Topography,Textile-resist areas and over-painting
Topography,Textile-resist areas and over-painting, embroidered, 52 x 59 cm
Deborah J StockdaleThe techniques in this new work include removing areas of colour from commercial batik fabrics, and using the remaining areas as design focus.
When The Last Tree Is Cut
When The Last Tree Is Cut, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 70 cm
The Lake
The Lake, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 x 70 cm
Alan WellsToday I work mostly in acrylics on canvas painting local views, landmarks, animal and human portraits. I also do some illustration work and I paint interior murals.
Transition (Land Escape 17)
Transition (Land Escape 17), acrylic on canvas, 36 x 46 cm
Land Escape 14
Land Escape 14, acrylic on board, 21 x 30 cm
Philip McEvoyHumans can become isolated, physically or psychologically, in a rural or urban environment, and I have reflected this in some of my past work. Most recently I have been concentrating on depicting landscape scenes, both local and imaginary, with an added emphasis on the evening and night sky.
Swimming In Universe
Swimming In Universe, oil on canvas, 66 x 76 cm
Portrait of Actor Barry Cassin
Portrait of Actor Barry Cassin, oil on canvas, 102 x 77 cm
Paul D'Arcybegan a diploma course in Fine Art at Dun Laoghaire College, whose tutors included the renowned Nick Miller. He has been painting full time since 1992 and enjoys travelling extensively.
Leyland, Oil on Board, na
Evening Milk
Evening Milk, Oil on Canvas, na
Olive FarrellPassion for painting drives me, buttery Oils, Ahh the pleasure, the Zen, yes Zen world of endless creativity, like being a child again! Time endless Time.
Redemption, oil on canvas, 100 x 150 cm
Ace of Diamonds
Ace of Diamonds, oil on canvas, 100 x 120 cm
Tony O'ConnorSpecialising in equine art, with the odd delve into the realm of bovine from time to time, I left the day job almost two years ago to become an artist

Artists Gallery Previews, a quick overview of content

The Gallery Preview pages here gives a quick look at some of the work shown on the site. It is presented in chronological order (latest updates/additions appearing on the lower Wall numbers).

When you find an artwork that appeals, simply click on the artist's name and you will be brought to their gallery on New Irish Art.

A celebration of original artwork, online and Worldwide (since 2000)