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Art 'Brown Ork'
'Brown Ork', Acrylic, 24 x 30 inches | Liam Power
Art 'Blue Ork'
'Blue Ork', Acrylic, 18 x 24 inches | Liam Power

Liam Power

My art really revolves around realism and surrealism. My main aim is the crossing over of realism into surrealism and fantasy. I also use a lot of sym...
Art 'What do you think?'
'What do you think?', Acrylic, 20 X 16 ins | James Donnellan
Art 'Soaring'
'Soaring', Acrylic, 16 X 12 ins | James Donnellan

James Donnellan

a self taught artist, living in Cork City, and I have been painting for the past two years. I like to be spontaneous, and paint whatever comes to mind...
Art 'The Red Door'
'The Red Door', Oil on Canvas, 40 x 40cm | Stephen Diggin
Art 'Wee House on the Red Hill'
'Wee House on the Red Hill', Oil on Canvas, 40 x 40cm | Stephen Diggin

Stephen Diggin

The natural beauty of the Inishowen Peninsula is what inspires most of my works. I'm a full time artist living and working in Buncrana, Co.Donegal. I...
Art 'The wrong side of the street has more personality'
'The wrong side of the street has more personality', Oil Acrylic and Spray Paint, 16 x 20 ins | Karl Thomas
Art 'The Edge'
'The Edge', Oil Acrylic Emulsion and Spray Paint, 16 x 12 ins | Karl Thomas

Karl Thomas

Art is everything. I was painting before I could speak. I'm a PhD student in art at Trinity College Dublin and I divide my time between Dublin and Lei...
Art ''of things within 1''
''of things within 1'', graphite ink butter paper on canvas, 50 x 40cm | Judy O'Sullivan
Art 'Shadows 1'
'Shadows 1', inkjet print on Hahnemhle pap, 43 x 20cm | Judy O'Sullivan
Art 'Through Hawthorn and Gorse'
'Through Hawthorn and Gorse', Soft Pastel on Pastelmat, 15.5 x 11.5 ins | Gerri McCaffery
Art 'Hideaway Clonmel'
'Hideaway Clonmel', Soft Pastel on Pastelmat, 15 x 11 ins | Gerri McCaffery

Gerri McCaffery

Gerri McCaffery is a Dublin-based artist who has been painting and drawing for most of her life. In recent years, she has been working mainly with dry...
Art 'One for Sorrow'
'One for Sorrow', Oil on Linen, 120 x 70 cm | Francis O'Toole
Art 'Allegory of The Cave'
'Allegory of The Cave', Oil on Linen, 215 x 135 cm | Francis O'Toole

Francis O'Toole

After fours years intermittent study in Florence, Francis returned to Dublin and is now working in his studio on a number of figurative, multi-figurative and po...
Art 'Joe Murphy'
'Joe Murphy', oil on canvas, 76 x 51 cms | Bob Fox
Art 'no title'
'no title', graphite on paper, 40 x 40 cms | Bob Fox

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 'Kathleen's Knives'
'Kathleen's Knives', Oil on canvas panel, 6 x 8 ins | Audrey Hennessy
Art 'Antique Spoons'
'Antique Spoons', Oil on canvas panel, 8 x 10 ins | Audrey Hennessy

Audrey Hennessy

Audrey is a self taught artist based in Dublin and has been drawing since she was a child. She started painting in 1996 and her work focused on the ma...
Art 'Cliffs at Portmagee Kerry'
'Cliffs at Portmagee Kerry', oil on paper, 10 x 12 ins | Ashley O'Neal
Art 'Crows Flying to the Full Moon'
'Crows Flying to the Full Moon', oil on paper, 9 x 12 ins | Ashley O'Neal

Ashley O'Neal

Ashley O'Neal graduated from University of California at Santa Barbara in 1998 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Art. She then undertook a series...
Art 'Towards Evening'
'Towards Evening', Charcoal on Arches, 16 x 21 inches | Sue Bryan
Art 'Pink Sky'
'Pink Sky', Charcoal on Arches, 12 x 16 inches | Sue Bryan

Sue Bryan

'I love to draw. I draw whatever moves me at a particular moment in time. For the past couple of years I've been working primarily in charcoal. I love...
Art 'Alpha Bravo'
'Alpha Bravo', oil on canvas, 100x60 cm | Shane Sutton
Art 'Emersion On'
'Emersion On', oil on canvas, 80 x 100 cm | Shane Sutton

Shane Sutton

Shane has worked extensively with a variety of media, including illustration, computer-aided design, graphic design, video and film editing. Yet it is...