Art, Belfast artist, Laura Butler I am particularly drawn to images where the presence of people, the mark they make on the landscape over time can be felt and I try to depict this in
Art, Dublin artist, Donna McGee The 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.
Art, Dublin artist, Eileen Keelan I love the elements, textures and colours that make up my surroundings and it is what uplifts and motivates me to capture its essence in both representational and abstract form.
Art, Westmeath and France artist, Bob Fox Originally from Athlone, I have been living in France, just outside Paris, for the last few years, I work in oils and water colours. I'm inspired by m
Art, Donegal artist, Liz Doyle Painter and printmaker, Lives on Cruit Island in County Donegal with her husband, children's author, Malachy Doyle and a menagerie including 3 ducks, ...
Art, Clare and Tipperary artist, Alan Wells Today 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.
Art, Antrim artist, Derek McAfee I have become interested in detail and texture recently and try to concentrate on what people may look at but don't see.
Art, Dublin artist, Pervaneh Matthews Specialises in watercolour monochrome portraits on lineboard, using the colour sepia. She exhibits regularly at the Peoples Art exhibition, Stephens Green, Dublin
Art, Italy and Dublin artist, Mario Sughi Mario Sughi is an artist and illustrator from Italy who combines subtle humorous elements with a consistent loose artistic style reminiscent of the En
Art, Derry artist, Carl Taylor Carl 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
Art, Belfast artist, Connor Maguire I 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.
Art, Tipperary artist, Ann Brennan I am a self taught artist working from my home based studio in Ballingarry. Co. Tipperary. I have been painting for a number of years but only took i
Art, Leitrim artist, Brigid Birney I am inspired constantly by the various seasons and the resulting changes on the landscape and all it contains, from the beauty of the coast, to the vibrant colours during mid summ
Art, Dublin artist, Sabina Iancu Although complete self thought, I am very, very happy with the progress I've made and I am looking forward to improve my technique and expand my horizons. So far my work has been mostly landscapes, I intend however to develop my portrait skills too. My favourite medium is oil.
Art, Kilkenny artist, Susan Keohane Susan has a Biochemistry degree and a PGCE for Biology and Science teaching, her love of Science and Natural History is evident in her paintings. Susan has exhibited in Kilkenny Arts week, Wexford Arts festival and Pictures in the Priory.
Art, Holland and Armagh artist, Aileen Vermeulen I 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.
Art, India and Dublin artist, Deepa Bhamidipati I am a self taught artist and my paintings reflect all things which I see in nature be it flowers, waterfall, trees or any manmade wonders across the world. Basically which brings the joy seeing the wonderful world around me and oh to be alive!!
Art, Armagh artist, Chris Dummigan Being 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.
Art, Kildare artist, Michael Haggertay By using different materials coupled with creative thinking we produce art pieces which include floor piece and wall hanging. Each piece is individually crafted as a one off sculpture. We mainly produce sculptures using various materials including clay and powertex on wire a framework.
Art, Wexford and Dublin artist, Les Duffy His kids heard he loved it at school and how in his fifties it would be a good de-stress, so for Christmas he got oils and canvas. The first painting took hours but past like minutes and the hook was firmly embedded.
Art, Dublin artist, Paula Fee A self taught artist, part of a group of four artists who meet once a week. Most of my paintings are based on real locations.
Art, Canada and Cork artist, Sandra Clark I moved to Ireland after meeting my partner. It was here in this majestic and rugged country with it's magical scenery and warm, welcoming people, tha
Art, Antrim artist, Paul McCourt I really took to producing drawings full time in February 2013 not long after I was diagnosed with idiopathic Parkinson's Disease. I was encouraged to show my drawings by my now mentor Shauna McCann who is a Belfast based Ceramicist and works from her studio in Belfast's Conway Mill
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