Monday, March 20, 2017


A view of Cork City
Ink Pigment on Acrylic Paper
16"x7.5"

The first painting of Cork City for a long time. Tried to keep it loose but was very hard not to get bogged down in detail.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

More Miniatures



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Friday, March 17, 2017

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Sunday, January 29, 2017


"Punts in Ballycotton"
Acrylic on canvas
16"x12" Unframed

I took this picture a long time ago, the punt in the back being that used by the lifeboat to ferry to the crew to and fro. Initially tried to use ink on the canvas surface but this did not work, the ink bleeding too much, so was forced to try acrylic over it which seems to have worked.
I have tried to keep it loose but have as usual got tied up in detail, but I think it has worked out alright.

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Thursday, January 5, 2017

End of Autumn


The End of Autumn
Ink Pigment on Acrylic paper.

This painting came about almost by accident. One of my students was trying out ink pigment. She discarded this one and I said I might use it as a background. There was a pool of paint in the centre so I let it run and the basis of a tree appeared which I then worked up with a black fineliner pen. The leaves were an afterthought which I put in with acrylic paint.

Monday, November 28, 2016


Abandoned.
Ink Pigment on Acrylic Paper.
A4(11.5" x 8")
Photo courtesy of Deb Snelson
http://www.debsnelsonphotography.com

I couldn't resist this subject when I saw it. I worked from a photo I found online, and asked the photographer if I could use it for a painting to which, I am glad to say, she agreed.