Gallery Preview Wall 29/30

Barry, Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
Jason, Charcoal and chalk on canson paper, 25 x 35 cm
Connor MaguireI would watch my Grandfather sketch and draw out ideas for projects as well as for the mere pleasure of drawing. Inspired and captivated seeing what he could accomplish with a pencil and a paintbrush I too attempted to paint as good as he did and believe I'm still trying'. 'Over the next year I am hoping to concentrate a lot more on portraiture and introducing more figures into the paintings with a more realistic finish.
lndepth, acrylic on board, 45 x 56 cm
No Without a Reason
No Without a Reason, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
Chris DummiganBeing creative is what I've been doing from primary school, it's in my nature. Learning something new each time I start a new piece, thats why I dont subject myself to one medium, I change as I go along. Feeling the need to evolve.
Silver Linings
Silver Linings, Acrylics on canvas, 40 x 40 cm
Blue Gem of The Forest
Blue Gem of The Forest, Acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60 cm
Aileen VermeulenI studied 3D Product Design with the mediums of ceramics and glass at the University of central England in Birmingham. Even though I enjoyed learning to express myself with the use different art mediums, I always came back to painting.
Brief Encounter
Brief Encounter, oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm
Bouquet, oil on canvas, 90 x 90 cm
Robert McLearnonMy paintings are created through a process of action and reaction, each image evolves through the exploration of form and space along with the influence of light to create intrigue and atmosphere.
Escape, Oils and acrylics, 16 x 20 ins
Adrasteia, Acrylics, 97 x 65 cm
Rebecca DeeganPortrait and figurative artist, working with paint, charcoal, pastel and mixed media....
Beauty and The Beast
Beauty and The Beast, Airbrush on canvas, 100 x 550 cm
Debbie, Airbrush on canvas, 840 x1320 cm
Phil AtkinsonI use an airbrush and paint on a variety of surfaces from canvas, walls to cars and helmets. I enjoy painting portraits as well as sci-fi and fantasy inspired pieces.
Faerie Messenger of Light
Faerie Messenger of Light, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 50 cm
Rise Up
Rise Up, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 50 cm
MicinaI love the moon when it is small having the small nose, all the smallbits in life which makes you happy and are for free, surrounding us everyday, all these things are my inspiration.
A Puzzled Look
A Puzzled Look, Pen on Paper, A5
The Second Prophet
The Second Prophet, Hand Coloured Silk Screen Print, A5
Meall QuinnMeall Quinn, works intuitively in the medium of pen drawing. His work evolves from pen on paper to printmaking and digital imaging, being mirrored, flipped, rotated and coloured.
Tuscan Farmyard
Tuscan Farmyard, watercolour, 16 x 16 cm
Road to Donoughmore
Road to Donoughmore, watercolour, 27 x 17 cm
John WalshJohn Walsh was born in Kilkenny in 1954 and has been a full-time professional artist since 1977. He works in many mediums from Oil to Watercolour and
Hen Pecked
Hen Pecked, Oil on board framed, 13 x 13 inch
Daisy and Dolittle
Daisy and Dolittle, Oil on canvas framed, 17 x 17 inch
Gillian SmythScenic paintings of Ireland, Seascapes, Floral Still Life, Lighthouse, Cottages, Oil on canvas, farm animals
Untitled 1
Untitled 1, Watercolour, na
Untitled 2
Untitled 2, Watercolour, na
Benny McLaughlinThe inspiration for my paintings comes from the landscape of County Donegal and surrounding areas but in particular the rugged and beautiful landscape of Glencolmcille. I started painting after a bout of illness which left me unable to work.
cat and mouse
cat and mouse, Acrylic on wood block, 6.4 x 6.4 x.3.8 cms
Toro, Acrylic on wood block, 6.4 x 6.4 x.3.8 cms
Roger CummiskeyI paint and exhibit my artworks extensively on the internet and in a variety of locations along the Costa del Sol and Internationally....

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