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Key West Lighthouse
Key West Lighthouse, oil on panel, 10 x 8 ins
Crookhaven Calm
Crookhaven Calm, watercolour, 24 x 18 ins
Louise TreacyI am a very active member of the plein air community in Ireland and online. I have participated in several events in Germany, Netherlands, Ireland and the USA.
Convergence, Oil and mixed media on canvas, 61 x 91 cm
The Path
The Path, Oil and mixed media on canvas, 61 x 91 cm
Liz DoylePainter and printmaker, Lives on Cruit Island in County Donegal with her husband, children's author, Malachy Doyle and a menagerie including 3 ducks, ...
High Tea
High Tea, oils on canvas, 99 x 69 cms
The Arrival of Summer
The Arrival of Summer, watercolour and inks, 74 x 56 cms
Judith LoganWorking in a variety of media, with watercolours and oils perhaps being her preferences, she is also currently exploring different avenues in printmaking, and really enjoys the creative process.
Meadow, Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 60 cm
Rainbow, Arcrylic, 49 x 40 cm
Brenda SnowdenAlong with a use of strong colours and thick textured paint her work ranges from an abstract style to more classical as part of her learning journey. Her preferred mediums are acrylics, oils and charcoal.
The Red Field
The Red Field, acrylic on paper, not given
The Red Barn
The Red Barn, acrylic on paper, not given
Katherine GriffithsDrawing inspiration from the beautiful, wild and sometimes harsh landscapes of West Cork, she strives to convey within each painting the deep emotional connection she feels towards the place
The Launderers
The Launderers, Oil, 18 x 14 ins
The First Drink
The First Drink, Oil, 16 x 20 ins
Jacinta Crowley-LongLiving surrounded by her animals on the Wicklow Wexford border, Jacinta has a deserved reputation as one of Ireland's foremost contemporary canine and equestrian artists. She is an artist with an international reputation, exhibiting not only in Ireland but also in the UK, mainland Europe and in America.
Padraigh Pearse
Padraigh Pearse, Wax and ink limited edition print, 150 x 200 mm
Dev, Wax and ink limited edition print, 150 x 200 mm
Tony ClarkeMultidisciplinary Artist from Bray Ireland working in the mediums of Painting, Drawing, Print, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Installations, Fashion Design, Teacher and founder of Jingobox Fashion Dublin.
Sophia's dream
Sophia's dream, porcelain, 25 x 28 x 18 cm
Deepest Thought
Deepest Thought, Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 40 cm
Siuban ReganThe art I create is figurative and narrative paintings, for me, a way of making sense of the complexities of human nature, society, culture and folklore.
Aramanthine Hare
Aramanthine Hare, Acrylic, 25 x 25 cm
Lonesome Bay
Lonesome Bay, Acrylic, 42 x 42 cm
Sarah MajuryI love building up layers and creating texture. My recent work is mainly of wildlife, I have a particular obsession with the Irish hare and their sometimes elusive yet bold nature.
Bog Pool on Knock Road
Bog Pool on Knock Road, Oil On Canvas, 50 x 61 cm
Blanket Bog
Blanket Bog, Oil On Linen, 120 x 150 cm
Paul RoseMy work consists of Abstract, Semi Abstract, and Still Life. Studied BA Art and Design at the Mayo Institute of Technology, Castlebar, Ireland.
Internal World 12
Internal World 12, Oil on canvas, 70 x 90 cm
Internal World 13
Internal World 13, Oil on canvas, 90 x 70 cm
Martina FurlongThe ideas for my paintings come from various sources; buildings, books, songs, people and nature. In my paintings I want to transform reality, mix it with memories and my subconsci
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.

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