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Figurative Art


A study of human form

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Figurative Art


A study of human form

Rat Race

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My figurative art is a mixture of abstract and realism. 

My aim is to create images of everyday life, people going about their business, often braving the wintery weather: collar up. head down, hugging an umbrella.  Mood and atmosphere are the key components of all my art.

The incomplete figures are painted mainly with palette knife straight on to the canvas creating a fresh and spontaneous image.

Being too definite or defined on person or place negates this interaction. I hope to leave space for your interpretation.

Downpour

 

Downpour

80cm x 80cm plus ash wood frame

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Revealing 1

Revealing 1

50cm x 50cm plus ash wood frame

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Life In the fast lane

Life in the fast lane

60cm x 60cm box canvas

 

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Landscape Art


Images based on Irish Landscape

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Landscape Art


Images based on Irish Landscape

Images of Irish landscape influenced by the hills and coast of the Beara peninsula in West Cork. The mountains and sea shrouded in mist ; the sun breaking through and revealing  a vista as far as the eye can see .

Images that evoke memories of a personal landscape with the space to interpret in your own way.

Colours are muted, typical of the surroundings: browns, blues , greens all softened with  grey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Still Life


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Still Life


Bowls, jugs, vases and vessels, sometimes enriched with gold leaf, their simple, deconstructed shapes emerging from the canvas background .

 

 

 

 

 

Dish

acrylic on canvas

20cm x 20cm

 

Vessel with gold leaf

acrylic on box canvas

40cm x 40cm

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