Ruth Brady,  Dublin

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Burmese, Watercolour, 8 x 10 inches
Buster Sleeping
Buster Sleeping, Pencil on Bristol board, A4 (297 x 210 mm)
Buster, Watercolour, 8 x 10 inches
Teddy Relaxing
Teddy Relaxing, Ink and Wash on Bristol board, A4 (297 x 210mm)
Stephen, Felt tip pen, A2 (420 x 594mm)
Sam, Watercolour, 12 x 16 inches
Peter, Pencil on Bristol board, A3 (297 x 420mm)
Louis, Pastel and Pastel Pencil, A4 (297 x 210mm)
Jack, Pencil on Bristol board, A3 (297 x 420mm)
Old Pals
Old Pals, Pencil, 42 x 29.7 cms
Richard, Pencil, 29.7 x 42 cms
Seamus Heaney, Poet
Seamus Heaney, Poet, Pencil, 32 cms x 50 cms
Thomas, Pencil, 42cms x 29.7cms
The King of the Birds, Gouache
The King of the Birds, Gouache, watercolour pencil on watercolour paper, 3.5 x 3.5 inches
Portrait commission
Portrait commission, Pencil, A3
Portrait Commission of Toby
Portrait Commission of Toby, Pastels on pastel paper, 16 x 12 inches
What's Up?
What's Up?, Charcoal and gouache, 8 x 8 inches
Portrait Commission of Mollie
Portrait Commission of Mollie, Watercolour pencil and gouache, A4
Bob, the Bulldog
Bob, the Bulldog, Pastel Pencil, 16 x 12 inches
Lofty, Pastel, 297 x 420mm
The Raven
The Raven, Ink Sticks and watercolour on watercolour paper, TBC
Rex, Pastel pencil, 297 x 420mm
Finn, Ink on watercolour paper, 50.8 x 40.6cms
Finn, Watercolour on paper, 297 x 210mm
Little Boy, Provence
Little Boy, Provence, Pastel Pencil on Ingres paper, 297 x 420mm
A Sneaky Snooze
A Sneaky Snooze, Pastel and Pencil, 297 x 201mm
William, Ink and graphite, 420 x 594mm
Teddy, Pastel on Ingres paper, 297 x 420mm
Sally, Ink
Sally, Ink, Pencil and Graphite, 420 x 594mm
Old Soldier
Old Soldier, Pencil, 297 x 420mm
Riona, Pastel and pastel pencil, 297 x 420mm

Ruth Brady Art (Download The Catalogue)

I originally trained as an Illustrator and have a degree in Graphic Design from DIT.

Since I could hold a crayon I've loved to draw pictures and make things. I still love it! Art (and craft) in all forms fascinates me and I like nothing better than watching aa artist/craftsperson at work, whatever their field of expertise. Art history is another passion and I am happy to spend hours pottering around galleries and museums wherever I may travel. My work these days tends to be representational and the medium I use is either pastel or pencil/graphite. Of late I've rediscovered how much I like to work with ink; be it monochrome or multi-coloured. Revisiting gouache is next on the to-do list.

My day job is that of Graphic Designer but in my own time I like the freedom of creating my own art and also undertake commissions of people and animals of all shapes and sizes!