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John Nolan's exuberant style combines bold outlines with bright exotic colours. His interpretation of various motifs transmits a positive upbeat feeling to his viewers. These motifs are:
Fish, Flowers, People, Birds, Still Life, Abstract, Collage, Landscapes.
The celebration of colour and form, has preoccupied him from an early age and was nurtured through the encouragement and instruction received from his father who was an artist himself.
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Richard Browne is from Kerry but is currently traveling in the U.S.
Artist statement: "I am enthused by organically driven abstracts. For me its all about openess. The art assumes its own shape and life. I tend to see the natural world in my pieces but try not to lead them too much."
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Galway based, full time irish artist, Mary Cahalan, pen name PIXI, has been making positive waves in the Irish art world. Her work has been described as striking and vivid using a palate of vibrant colours conveying warmth and humour in a figurative / abstract style which reflects Mary's bubbly personality, zest for life and wild sense of humour. This artist is talented and great fun.
Mary's art has sold as far a field as Toronto, Paris , U.K. , Dubai, Florida and New York. Discerning art lovers and collectors are adding her work to their collections and her profile is ever expanding.
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Therese Mc Allister is an Irish artist who studied at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin from 1972-74. After NCAD, Therese worked as a fashion illustrator, and display artist in Dublin before deciding to move to Italy in the mid 1970's.
On her arrival in Florence, she met Pietro Annigoni (renowned for his portraits of the British Royal Family) who encouraged her to enroll at the Studio Simi. Here, under the tutelage of Nerina Simi, she studied the techniques of drawing and painting in the classical tradition.
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Having lived in Dublin, London, New York and LA, Charmain Fitzgerald is inspired by the unusual quirkes and nuances of her past and present surroundings and their accompanying inhabitants. She chooses oil or acrylic as her medium and her paintings are figurative and realist/surrealist, using representational form to create a sense of otherness, not detached from everyday things.
Forgoing the education route due to so much moving around, Charmain has been taking classes under established artists for the past few years, and currently works from her home in north Dublin. She is making the transition from concentrating on portrait work over to encompassing unsettling interiors and still life where your eye is caught more so by the items that should not really be there.
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