Artist at Work

Just thought I’d share this video with you of a submission I did earlier in the year showing the method in my madness!  

The Results!

Thank you to everyone who entered the competition.  We had great fun making the video below so if you want to find out if you’re a winner…..have a look.  The winners were picked by in independent adjudicator – totally unbiased – who couldn’t believe her luck when she saw so many ping pong balls and […]

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ONLY 9 WEEKS TO GO!!!!! –  COMPETITION TIME I am doing a special offer on some of my prints for those special Christmas presents for either you or your loved ones away from home. And this is where I need your help!  Out of the prints in the Gallery on this website could you please […]

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Roscommon County Matters

Woke up last Tuesday morning with my heart thumping in my chest…..why?  IRISH TV…..that’s why!  They were coming to interview me for the programme Roscommon County Matters and I was absolutely planking with fear!  “It’s all very well”, I said to the wife who had arranged it with Ger Moran, “but I’m the one who’s […]

Video of an Irish Artist and his Dog at Work

A short video of a stroll along the riverbank in search of a place to draw ending up at an old Victorian Bridge on the Easkey River in Boyle in County Roscommon in Ireland.  Click on heading above to view.  Enjoy!

Charcoal Drawing Mayo

An Irish Artist – First Blog

Well here it is!  My first ever attempt at blogging and I have to say the prospect of writing anything at all is daunting; no doubt after publishing this I’ll be told to stick to the day job!  I hadn’t a clue what to write so my wife, Susan, sat me down and asked me […]

Charcoal Drawing Boyle Abbey Co. Roscommon

The River Wild

“For nigh on eight long centuries Through troubled times and good An age old bridge spans waters wild To where the monks once stood” This is a charcoal drawing I did of Boyle Abbey overlooking the Boyle River in County Roscommon, Ireland.  It has a really interesting history › Home ›  and is well […]