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Dads Last Shoes,pastel stick
Dads Last Shoes,pastel stick, pencil and pan on Pastel Matt dark gray paper, 30 x 40 cm
Worn Out Shoes,Pen
Worn Out Shoes,Pen, pencil and stick pastels, 24 x 32 inches
Marie McKayMost of my work are acrylic on slate. The slate is from a 200 yr old cottage from Co. Wicklow. A couple of the slate painting are my efforts of trying
Not Sure
Not Sure, Watercolour, 20i x 16 ins Framed
Red Buoys
Red Buoys, Watercolour, 20 x 16 ins Framed
Larry ReynoldsI seem to paint whatever the humour takes me with my preferred subject and source of inspiration changing like the weather! Thank you for taking the time to look at my paintings.
Peggy and Tilly
Peggy and Tilly, pastel, 27 x 19 ins
Gizzy
Gizzy, pastel, 9 x 12 ins
Jo PetersAll these paintings are of people much loved pets and all portraits are produced from a photograph which can be emailed to me, the method works best as I am then able to zoom in and take as much detail as possible.
The Poodles
The Poodles, Pastel, 14 x 14 ins
Mixed Portrait
Mixed Portrait, Pastel, 20 x 16 ins
Emma Colbertleading pet portrait artist and illustrator. She graduated from Kent Institute of Art and Design as an illustrator in 2007, and has worked on portrait commissions, produced original fine art series for galleries throughout Ireland and illustrated several books.
100 Years On
100 Years On, Acrylics, 100 x 80 cm
Corrosion
Corrosion, Acrylics, 50 x 40 cm
Carl TaylorCarl Taylor is a contemporary painter from Derry, N. Ireland. He has recently completed a Bachelor Degree in Fine and Applied Art. His most recent wor
Sweet Nectar (Springtime at Kilmacurragh,Co. Wicklow)
Sweet Nectar (Springtime at Kilmacurragh,Co. Wicklow), Oil on canvas, 100 x 120 cm
Sunny Morning On The Grand Canal (Ponte di Rialto,Venice)
Sunny Morning On The Grand Canal (Ponte di Rialto,Venice), Oil on canvas, 40 x 50 cm
Ashling BellI have always had an artistic flair, from designing knitwear patterns to interior design. My inspiration comes from my everyday surroundings. Love painting with oils and from my own photographs, still life, photorealism is my forte.
Lotus Eater III
Lotus Eater III, oil on panel, 50 x 70 cms
Lotus Eater II
Lotus Eater II, oil on panel, 50 x 70 cms
Rae PerryFigurative work including portraits and nudes. Still life. I spent two years in Florence, Italy where I completed the drawing program at the Angel A
Kia and Holly's Portrait,Acrylic
Kia and Holly's Portrait,Acrylic, Oils, 17 x 21 inches
Doogle's Portrait
Doogle's Portrait, Acrylic painting, 15 x 19 inch
Rachelle O'ReganMy background is in Illustration and design. My speciality is in pet portraiture, combining my passion for painting and my love for animals.
Old Boots
Old Boots, Graphite and pastel, A3
Just a Rose
Just a Rose, Pastel, A3
Libby ThompsonPortraiture is my main passion and I take commissions for portraits of both animals and people. I normally work in Oil or Pastel but obviously am able to offer other mediums if required.
St. Annes Boathouse
St. Annes Boathouse, Oil on board, 12 x 16 inches
Kylemore Abbey
Kylemore Abbey, Oil on canvas, 12 x 24 inches
Kieran McElhinneyThis is a collection of our Birds of Prey. Some were extinct but have been reintroduced and the future is looking bright for these birds which are part of our heritage.
Bowls with Blue
Bowls with Blue, Acrylic, 16 x 16 inches
Copper Bowl
Copper Bowl, Acrylic, 6 x 6 inches
Kate RocksI paint mainly in oils. I am inspired daily, by everything around me. My paintings are also inspired by the beauty of the North coast, and the scenery around my local area in Belfa
Garden Bouquet
Garden Bouquet, Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
Sunset Celtic Secret Garden
Sunset Celtic Secret Garden, Oil on canvas, 20 x 16 inches
Clive HughesClive has been painting for forty years, his paintings are in many collections world wide. Clive also welcomes Commissions. Irish Landscapes, Heritage, and History

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