Bernard Dowd,  Tipperary and Clare

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Seabed
Seabed, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Insect
Insect, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Mirage
Mirage, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Touch
Touch, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Fountain
Fountain, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Brushwork
Brushwork, Drawing, A3 29.7 x 42 cm
Cameraman
Cameraman, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Buzzin
Buzzin, pen/ink, A3 and A4
First-Aid
First-Aid, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Umpire class
Umpire class, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Change
Change, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Stringers
Stringers, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Security Check
Security Check, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Monkey on the Back
Monkey on the Back, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Book Club
Book Club, pen/ink, A3 and A4
The Cross of Spancilhill
The Cross of Spancilhill, pen/ink, A3 and A4
The Disputed Point
The Disputed Point, pen/ink, A3 and A4
Minister Dempsey
Minister Dempsey, pen/ink, A3 and A 4

Bernard Dowd Art (Download The Catalogue)

Bernard Dowd is a cartoonist, caricaturist and maker of short comic animations. From Thurles, Co. Tipperary he studied Art at the Limerick School of Art during the 1980's and later moved to Co Clare where he now lives and works. As well as working in illustration and graphic design he has put together 3 books of humourous drawings and cartoons. He submits cartoons on a regular basis to local and regional newspapers and magazines. He works mostly with coloured pens and ink and still prefers to sketch up his ideas and cartoons with good old fashioned 4b pencil and rubber. Lately he has entered the world of the computer (eMac and iMac) and photoshop and websites and animation software. And he now feels exactly like that great English comic artist and draughtsman W. Heath Robinson(1872-1944) who became fascinated with drawing absurd mechanical cog-wheeled contraptions and ingenious labour saving devices that were held together with bits of old string !!

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