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Hi to everyone , a little bit of whimsical fun today. Hope you enjoy.
An Plateau Oilithrigh ( The Pilgrims Plateau ) 23 × 17 inches
The inspiration for this piece came from the tales of the Native American People. In particular the story of the elders going to the mountain to die & with great accuracy be able to predict the exact day of passing … Continue reading
Hi Everybody, Hope this Valentine’s Day finds you all well. Today’s piece is my first attempt to paint a creature. I was attracted to painting this from the wonderful varieties of colour on these tiny tree frogs. This little guy … Continue reading
Faces in Spaces
Hi, Hope everyone is having a good day. Today is the first showing of my latest piece of work and I am very happy with the result. The original idea was to create a painting in one day by simple … Continue reading
A Shore Thing!
Hi, Thank You to everyone for all your support and well wishes over the last while, it all helps 🙂 Today it’s raining in the Irish Midlands. I love where I live but sometimes I do miss living beside the ocean … Continue reading
Hi Today’s painting brings back memories of living the dream. It is one of three painted on a beautiful summer’s day in a riverside garden out in the wilds of Co. Galway. It came about when my partner’s daughter complained … Continue reading
If You Go Down to the Woods Today…..
Hi Everyone, Today, a walk in the forest! The idea of wandering off into the woods on some great adventure with a hint of danger, brings me back to the world of childhood memories. I grew up in an area … Continue reading
Roof of the World
Hi, Today’s painting in Bob Ross style, I titled “Roof of the World” as it makes me think of Tibet – a place I would love to visit someday. It’s just a short blog today as I am eager to … Continue reading
Face to Face
Hi Everyone, When first picking up a slate, I also pick up a sense of its dimension, thickness and grain. I consider the negative space that will be created by carving that the slate lends itself to. This space will be … Continue reading
Dancing at Lughnasa
Hi, Today in the Celtic calender is Lughnasa, traditionally the beginning of the harvest season. It is named after Lu, God of Arts and Crafts who dedicated this festival to his foster mother Tailtiu, the last queen of the Fir Bolg. … Continue reading