Living and working in County Tipperary, Curling’s paintings are a response to the Irish horseracing tradition and the distinctive Irish landscape. Born in Waterford in 1955, Curling’s talent was noticed at an early stage.
Michael Flatley, the famous Irish dancer, star of Riverdance is increasingly becoming recognised as an artist. Born in Chicago in 1958 to Irish Parents, Flatley is an Irish Dancer, Choreographer, Musician and has recently held his first art exhibition, Firedance in London. His art is available from the K Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland
James Brohan described as an “established artist” whose work would grace any wall. James Brohan’s style continues to evolve, exploring new subject matter and ideas. Born in Dublin in 1952 he studied painting and anatomy under the direction of Yann Goulet
Born in the Dublin in 1948, Carol Ann now lives in Co. Wicklow with her family. She has been painting and exhibiting since the late 1980’s in galleries all over Ireland. Her colourful emotive paintings are instantly recognisable. Largely self taught she continues to evolve her work but staying true to her passion for connecting with the viewer.
John was born in 1958 in Dublin and is now living back there in Mount Merrion. He is mostly self taught having done some training with Brian Quinn. He has been painting over 25 years and is married with 3 children. In his own words “ My paintings are about light and the effects of light on objects such as figures, water landscape; they are about minute colour changes. ”
Originally from Dublin but now lives in Kerry. Always a keen photographer, she has developed this interest into painting with oils and is a self taught artist.
Bobby was born in Dublin in 1943 and is an Irish artist, painter and designer. Ballagh grew up in a ground-floor flat on Elgin Road in Ballsbridge, the only child of a Presbyterian father and a Catholic mother, both of whom had played sport for Ireland.
Born in Dublin in 1938, and now living and working near Galway city where he continues to vary his style of expression, John Behan is firmly established as a sculptor of international stature.
Born in Dublin, in 1954 of German and English parentage. Knuttel considers himself to be Irish or more specifically ‘A Dubliner’. During his school days Knuttel’s interest in formal education waned and absorption in drawing and painting grew.
He was born in Wexford and now lives and works in Co. Mayo. Lawlor’s work derives its inspiration from his pastoral surroundings. He presents familiar scenes of rural Ireland: the people, towns, landscapes, and animals
Between 1959 and 1963, Arthur Maderson attended the Canderwell School of Art in London. In the early 1980s, he had a series of critically acclaimed solo-exhibitions throughout Ireland, the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States of America.
A self-taught artist who was born in northern Ireland in the 1970s. Millar’s oeuvre focuses mainly on nostalgic windswept beach scenes.
Thomas lives and works in West Cork where for nearly 40 years she has captured the wild and rugged land and seascapes of the area….
Hazel McCarthy is a Cork Artist whose colourful and vibrant work catches your imagination and draws you in. Her use of mixed media is most unique combining wax,oils, paper and other materials she sees beauty in that others might disregard.
Tony O’Connor, renowned equine artist was born in Co. Kerry and studied Fine Art at Cork’s Crawford College of Art & Design where he also gained his Higher Diploma in Art Education. Presently, Tony works out of his Cork-based White Tree Studio, where he creates very sought after equine studies.
A former student of Crawford Art College, Tom has been drawn to the sea since a very young age. As a boy in his native Cork, he spend hours swimming, sailing ,driving and watching the delightful sunsets from the water and started to sketch what he saw. From his home studio in Monkstown, Co. Cork, he creates wonderful seascapes and landscapes of the areas around him but is also inspired by regular trips to Croatia. You cannot but be drawn in to this underwater world that he creates through is paintings
Internationally known artist Kenneth Webb was born in London in 1927 and grew up in Glouctershire on the Welsh border.
Marie Carroll has achieved an extraordinary spontaneity in her splendid and exciting painting. She uses variations of style and motifs and explores the techniques of alla prima. Marie works on the canvas drawing and re-drawing.
John Campbell was born in 1969 and was raised in Scotland where he trained and worded as a Graphic Designer.
Brian Valleley is an Irish painter and musician born in Co. Armagh in 1941. He sold his first painting in 1958 at just 17 and went on to study at the Belfast College of Art from 1959 where he was taught by Tom Carr and later at the Edinburgh Art College.
We are delighted to stock a range of affordable art, which we have brought together under the heading of Gift Art. All pieces retail for less than €1,000 and would make wonderful presents for Christmas, Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Retirements or other special occasions.