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Rathvilly After The Rain Art Print

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Product Details

Painting Size

Various options

Edition

Open

Medium

Print

Presentation

Framing is Optional

Orientation

Portrait

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Are you Irish living overseas or would you like the perfect gift for an Irish person living away from home? This painting represents the Carlow village of Rathvilly, an award winning tidy town from times gone by.

After a heavy downpour of rain on a summers evening the road was glistening with the reflected colours of the setting sun and inspired me to capture it in paint.

These art prints are produced by Fine Art America giving you freedom of choice in terms of size of print, paper quality and you can even opt for a framed or un-framed piece.

All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and mounting (matting) and they are produced using acid-free papers and archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of colour.

Artist Recommendation

Somerset Velvet is a particularly nice paper choice for this art print.

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My Art Story

My art work is largely inspired by my relationship with nature and my love of travel. I love to capture the energy of my subjects, using vibrant colours, sometimes mixing reality with the magic of imagination.
I create in a variety of media such as acrylic & oil paints and pastels.

In my childhood I loved creating and drawing. However, it was later in adulthood that I found my way back to my authentic path of creativity, involving much self-practice and some tuition in the best of Irish arts colleges and academies.

My paintings and commissioned works reside in Ireland, USA, Holland, Slovakia, UK and Israel. My artwork has also appeared on national television (RTE’s Nationwide). My collections portray my love of trees, inspirational travels in India and Portugal and the mystique and beauty of my homeland of Ireland.
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