For me the process of painting is a journey where I allow nature to be my guide. Marks, colour and forms are applied instinctively, according to a location or an idea I have in mind. I try to disengage myself from any preconceptions of how I want the final image to look. It’s all about the process, one where there is no fixed plan. A painting evolves on it’s own accord, where one mark informs the next. My only real aim is to imbue the painting with the essence of a place, or the feeling one gets when immersed in the wonders of nature.

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Mullaghmore. 120x90cm. Oil on wood panel
Cragg, Tulla. 60x51cm. Oil on wood panel
Affick Oracle. 85x60cm. Oil on wood panel
Winter on the Lough. 70x55cmcm. Oil on wood panel
The Rushing River. 60x51cm. Oil on wood panel
Lough Bunny. 90x46cm. Oil on wood panel
The Bend in the River. 90x45cm. Oil on wood panel
Trees beside the Hill. 75x43. Oil on wood panel
A Ring of Bright Water. 85x60cm. Oil on wood panel
Gortaclare Mountain. Oil on wood panel
The Blue Hill. 75x46cm. Oil on wood panel
Tree of Knowledge. 75x37cm. Oil on wood panel
  Church Bay. 75x46cm. Oil on wood panel
Together Through Life. 60x60cm. Oil on wood panel
Moore Bay, Kilkee. 74x74cm. Oil on wood panel       
The Hill Opposite. 60x51cm. Oil on wood panel
Woodland Guardians. 120x69cm. Oil on wood panel
Lehinch. 61x25cm. Oil on wood panel
Sea Cliffs. 63x33cm. Oil on wood panel
Changing Seasons. 60x60cm. Oil on wood panel
Loch an Dúin
Loch an Duin. 75x75cm. Oil on wood panel
Eight Trees. 75x48cm. Oil on wood panel
Eyrehill. 66x40cm. Oil on Wood panel.
Cliffs, Looking North. 75x60cm. Oil on wood panel
A Way Through. 74x74cm. Oil on wood panel
Gleninagh South. 60x51cm. Oil on wood panel

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