I have recently bought a professional printer, the Canon pro 100 pixma so that I can print all my own Giclee prints on the highest quality professional matte paper instead of canvas as I believe the quality of image to be superior and more durable. I will be selling these Giclee prints as they are or mounted with a back in due course and eventually with frames also! It is very exciting having the print process more in one’s own hands.
This is a small series of recent paintings focusing on the ferry journey to Arranmore Island, Donegal.
I am very excited to have an article in today’s Irish Independent on Sunday about me and work by Niall McMonagle. Below is my expanded Q & A interview that was much edited to feature in Niall McMonagle’s What Lies Beneath feature . It’s interesting to see that the online version had a different […]
This is the second part of my expanded Q & A interview with Niall McMonagle of the Sunday Independent. Read part one here This section is more about how I work, my style and influences. Q: How do you choose your places to paint? And is there a particular time of year that […]
I am delighted to have another of my painting adapted for a novel cover by an Irish writer. This time my painting “Cottage on Bunbeg Harbour” (2019) has been used for the Spanish translation of Donal Ryan’s “Strange Flowers” or rather “Flores Extrañas”. I have started reading the original and I am thoroughly enjoying it. […]