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Alone in the Crowd (Trafalgar Square)
Alone in the Crowd (Trafalgar Square), oil on canvas, 28 x 38 ins
Connemara, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 ins
Olga WestonMost recently, I have joined a small group of iconographers, where we paint traditional icons in the Greek/ Byzantine/Orthodox manner have the opportunity to do something which is so very close to my heart.
Calm Evening
Calm Evening, Mixed Media, 31 x 23 cms
Tidy Towns
Tidy Towns, Mixed Media, 31 x 23 cms
Marvin BaldemorLocal award winning Filipino artist Marvin D. Baldemor has been living in Letterkenny for almost 9 years capturing the local landscape on both canvas
A Trickle of Cerulean Tears
A Trickle of Cerulean Tears, Acrylic on paper, 650 x 800 mm
Above the Sky was Piercingly Blue
Above the Sky was Piercingly Blue, Oil on Board, 200 x 300 mm
Barry EdwardsI love to return to certain spots over and over again painting, 'Pleine eire' observing the changes in weather and light. I have only recently started painting again after many yea
The Model
The Model, Oil on Canvas, 18 by 24 ins
Busy, Watercolour, 8.5 by 11 ins
Alison HawthorneAlison Hawthorne is a Belfast-based Irish artist working in both watercolours and oil paints. Alison is particularly inspired by her local landscape i
Bunratty Castle Clare
Bunratty Castle Clare, Acrylic on canvas, 24 X 20 ins
Shop Street Galway
Shop Street Galway, Acrylic on canvas, 24 X 20 ins
Paul WeerasekeraOver 15 solo exhibitions and many group shows with Limerick Art Society. Acrylic, watercolour, Pstels, Pencils weapons used to creat my work. Landscapes, Architecture, Figurative.
Culmore Point On The River Foyle
Culmore Point On The River Foyle, oils on primed canvas board, 12 x 9 inches
Raithlin O'Birne Island,Donegal
Raithlin O'Birne Island,Donegal, acrylics, 41.5c x 31.5 cms
Martin McNameeI try to concentrate my paintings of Irish scenes. I look forward to a good summer in the hope that I get outside to get a real feel for colour and atmosphere and maybe meet other artists.
Cold Start
Cold Start, Oil and Acrylic, 40 x 40cm
Panko Park
Panko Park, Oil and Acrylic, 40 x 40 cm
James CoyleAn artist on Rathlin Island. I paint mainly landscape scenes, placing emphasis on colour and composition. I use oil paint for backgrounds and then multilayered acrylic to make a web of texture in the paintings
Precious Stones and Pearls
Precious Stones and Pearls, acrylic on canvas, 70 x 100 cm
Sandycove Find
Sandycove Find, oil on caves, 40 x 50 cm
Irina KuksovaIrina Kuksova is a Dublin-based professional artist of Russian origin and Italian training at Academy of Fine Art of Brera in Milan. Having worked as
Connemara, Watercolour, 30 x 22 cm
High Tide Long Walk
High Tide Long Walk, watercolour, 30 x 22 cm
Dick ByrneRichard J. (Dick) Byrne is a well known writer and painter in the West of Ireland, In the past he ran the Galway School of Painting with his friend, the late Derek Biddulph who was one of Galway's best known artists.
The Eye is Watching Us
The Eye is Watching Us, Acrylic on canvas, 720 x 425 mm
I Like Turtles
I Like Turtles, Acrylic on canvas, 425 x 720 mm
Daniel O'ConnellBorn in New Zealand, eldest of six children, left school at fifteen, completed carpentry apprenticeship, moved to Ireland, currently living in Abbeyfeale, Co Limerick
untitled, Indian Ink, 148 x 210 mm
Head of a horse of Selene (British Museum)
Head of a horse of Selene (British Museum), Pencil, 420 x 594 mm
Lorcan GrimesStudied printmaking at Canterbury Christ Church University then completed a postgraduate at the Princes Drawing school London Where he went on to take a year out teaching drawing at the British Museum
Lord Bagenals Black Sheep
Lord Bagenals Black Sheep, Oil on canvas, 80 x 80 cm
The Torment of Winter
The Torment of Winter, Oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm
Laurence O'TooleIrish Arts Compendium 2008 (runner up). Represented Ireland in Televised Isole Festival of Art Competition, Italy. Awarded 2nd Prize 2003.

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