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Sunday, 30 July 2017

1975 Three and a Bit (available)



8" x 10" / 20 x 25 cm  framed and ready to hang

Love painting shadows and reflections, again another blue and yellow!

Friday, 28 July 2017

1974 Citrus Curl (available)



20 x 25 cm / 8" x 10" oil on canvas board, framed, ready to hang!

Getting ready for the next exhibition and painting a batch of small paintings.


Monday, 24 July 2017

1973 Irish Moss (available)


50 x 50 cm / 20 " x 20" oil on canvas

The moss in this painting came from our roof, very kindly picked out of the gutters by the noisy Jackdaws at 6 in the morning and deposited around the house!! It was lovely and green and soft so I thought just the thing to incorporate in a Still Life painting. The eggs came from our local organic gardens, overseen by retired nuns, who also keep an interesting assortment of chickens, hence the array of colours. A couple of spotty Quail eggs some English Lavender from our garden and some leaves from a neighbours shrubs complete the picture.

Friday, 21 July 2017

1972 Little Man


6" x 8" oil on panel framed,  available through The Old Market House Arts Centre, Dungarvan


Sunday, 16 July 2017

1971 Really Juicy (available)


6" x 8" / 20 x 25 cm oil on panel framed and available

This is the time of year for nectarines and peaches, both delicious, this is a nectarine before it became my afternoon snack!


Thursday, 13 July 2017

1970 Teapot and Ted (available)


6" x 8" /  15 x 25 cm oi on panel, framed and ready to hang

This little teddy has popped up in many a still life and he always wants to have another one painted of  himself!

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Tuesday, 4 July 2017

1968 Peach Split (available)


6" x 8" / 15 x 20 cm, oil on panel framed
As Ireland doesn't grow any peaches or nectarines, all those fruit that need warmer climes, we normally get very hard and unripe fruit with not much flavour, not to mention expensive. These were a lovely surprise as they were very juicy sweet and aromatic and to honour this loveliness I chose to paint it before devouring it!

Monday, 3 July 2017

1966 Left and Forgotten (available)


9" x 10 1/2" / 23 x 26.6 cm oil on panel framed and ready to hang

There are so many derelict rural buildings dotting the countryside here, that I don't have to go far to find subjects to paint! This one has an old corrugated roof which adds colour to the scene.


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