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Carol Callaghan, an Irish Artist from South Tipperary and now living in Dublin, has been working as a professional painter since 1980. A self-taught artist, Carol can work in any medium and chooses to work in oils for most of her pieces. She makes her own "supports", the preferred being marouflaged fine calico on board. Carol's subjects cover a wide range from the rugged beauty of the Mayo, Galway and Kerry landscape, to the coastline from Greystones to Howth.
Photo prints. A selection of photo prints for sale on high quality crystal archive paper. Visit the page by clicking on the adjacent image. E-mail for details, post and packaging

Ann Bouchier-Hayes, Pearl Drew, Geraldine Granville, Niall O'Keefe and Susan Magee
A selection of talented Artists living on the eastern coastal side of Dublin. They provide a stunning variety of different talents and styles encompassing scenery, still life, seascapes and abstract styles.
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Michael O'Faolain is an Artist and Reki master living six months of the year in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains close to Blessington. The rest of the year he travels extensively, painting amongst other cultures, teaching art and reiki healing. He started life working as a Carpenter but now is a full time artist. His paintings are in oils, acrylics and watercolour. His work includes large vibrant graphics, Irish landscapes Celtic themes and impressionist flowers. A lot of his large mural work is ideally suited for corporate imagery and display.
Eleanor O'Reilly lives in Arklow Co. Wicklow and works at Gorey Community School where she teaches English Literature and Classical Studies. She works in mixed media, and particularly loves the richness, subtlety and depth afforded by oil and the limitlessness of working on quite a large scale. Her objective is to highlight the aesthetic value and magnitude of the natural world, thus encouraging the viewer to enter a world of light, dark, colour, tone and shade. Click on either of the two samples of her work to visit her web-site.
Paul McCloskey attended the National College of Art and Design (N.C.A.D) Dublin from 1981 and graduated with honours in 1986. He is visual arts coordinator and a permanent teacher of art, craft and design at Gorey Community School and he has been involved in art and design education for the past 19 years. His aim is to highlight the aesthetic value of ordinary everyday subjects and to encourage the viewer to see afresh-everyday subjects of their environment. Paul is a figurative expressionist painter with a distinctive style.


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Submissions are invited from Irish Artists to join and display their work on these pages, contact details are at bottom of this page. You can have own web-page, plus subsequent pages (10 to 12) displaying enlargments of your work. Just contact one of the telephone numbers below, or e-mail. This service includes the photographing your work with high quality digital photographs, the page design and layout, and a CD with your images recorded for permanent reference.

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Submissions are invited from Irish photographers to display their work on these pages contact details are at bottom of this page. A selection of photographs can be seen by clicking the image on the left. Hi-resolution copies of these images can be purchaced, details on the web page.

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Contact Maurice Byrne
Telephone 00353-1-2852918 (Dublin) or Mobile 087 7987614