Ireland was the first country that I visited after leaving my comfortable 9 to 5 job to explore the world and my love of art. I spent a month in Ireland, mostly divided between the cities of Dublin and Galway. But I saw just enough of the charm of Ireland from its beautiful landscapes to its charming cities to fall in love with Irish culture. My Irish artwork has been among my most popular selling prints every since I returned. And I think that’s at least in some part because people who love Ireland see the same love for that place and its people in my Irish prints.
Luckily I have enjoyed most of the places where I have traveled. And there are places that I have liked so much I’ve been again and again. Yet when I look back on my prints of Ireland, it’s the one place that I have a genuine feeling of homesickness. From the streets and quays of Dublin to the gorgeous Irish seaside in Galway, I felt a deep connection to my brief life there. There was just an ineffable quality of Ireland that transcended the raw beauty of the landscapes and cities. I can’t explain it, but I have no doubt it influenced my artwork.
And I’m proud to know that my Irish artwork has connected with people who have never set foot on the shores of Ireland. Connecting with people who have been there or lived there is one thing, but when your art prints connect with people who have never seen the places depicted, you know you have captured the magic of the place.
Thanks to those past art patrons who felt my love for Ireland in the artwork they purchased! And thanks in advance for those who are anticipating the addition of a little of my Irish art to their walls!
Your interest in my artwork is most appreciated!
The art you decorate with is something that you will look at for years to come. This is true whether it is wall art for your home or a public space in your place of business. Paint colors may come and go, but the artwork often outlives the rest of your decor choices.
That is why I am more than happy to answer any of your questions. Whether you want to know more about a specific piece of art or have a more general question, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I love the opportunity to discuss the story behind my art as much as sharing helpful details.
I am also open to discussing any special requests you may have. Perhaps you have a special decorating challenge or need artwork tailored to fit a specific space? Or you have a special design opportunity to discuss?
Well, I have always enjoyed challenging projects, so just ask!
This is only a portion of my Irish artwork. I am still in the process of updating my galleries. To see the rest, please see my Full Irish Print Gallery available through Fine Art America.
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Ha’penny Bridge At Night in Dublin – Irish Art Print
The night before leaving Dublin, I had to take one last wander to see the landmarks along the River Liffey before I headed back to pack. Dusk was just fading into night as I stood here on the banks of … Read More
Georgian Dublin – The Custom House
Many of my memories of Dublin center around the architecture of Georgian Dublin. In particular the grand old neoclassical buildings like the Custom House stand out. In fact, in the dictionary of architecture, I could picture this building on the … Read More
Dunguaire Castle Art – Historic Irish Print
There’s no doubt about it that Ireland is magical. And although I was there only a short time, I found Dunguaire Castle to be characteristically charming. There’s just something about old medieval fortifications sitting in coastal waters. At any moment, … Read More
Morning Fog On The Galway Waterfront – Irish Art Print
One of my favorite areas of the Galway waterfront to walk was the Claddagh. I probably walked along there each day. I loved the seaside vibe and the smell of the salt air along Galway Bay. I never tallied up … Read More
Dún Aonghasa – Ancient Irish Ruins Print
I took multiple panorama photos of Dún Aonghasa (or Dun Aengus) during my visit to Inis Mór, the largest of the Aran Islands. The scale of these ancient ruins overlooking the seas was just immense. Trying to include the whole … Read More
Newgrange Panorama – Sacred Ireland Art Print
For me, this Newgrange Panorama really captures the magic of that amazing neolithic heritage site. I had read a bit about Newgrange before arriving in Ireland but it was nearly the end of my month there when I finally stood … Read More
The Ancient Hill of Tara – Sacred Ireland Art Print
Just before I left Ireland, I had one last incredibly sunny day that just happened to coincide with a day trip out to see some of Ireland’s oldest and most fabled sites. Pictured here is one of those places, the … Read More
Dublin Landmark Art – The Ha’Penny Bridge
If I had to pick a favorite Dublin landmark, there’s little question in my mind it would be the graceful Ha’Penny Bridge. There’s just a beautiful old world elegance to the architecture of the 19th century. A simple utilitarian way … Read More
Neolithic Ireland – Newgrange Landscape Print
Standing outside Newgrange was as close as I’ll come to standing in Neolithic Ireland. The restored neolithic ruins in the Brú na Bóinne are so complete that it feels as if the ancient people who built them might be standing … Read More
Ancient Irish Landscape – County Kerry Art
There’s just something about ancient standing stones and beautiful landscapes that lend themselves well to black and white art prints. And don’t you think this gorgeous Ancient Irish landscape in Count Kerry qualifies? This is the sort of scenic place … Read More
Connemara Sheep At Rest – Irish Countryside Art
While I wandered the rural roads of County Galway, it seemed that my only constant companions were these Connemara sheep and their compatriots. It felt as if the whole of the Irish countryside was populated with sheep rather than people. … Read More
The Four Courts and The River Liffey – Historic Dublin Art
Standing downstream on the River Liffey in Dublin, I saw the impressive green dome on the roof of Four Courts building as seen in this print. I didn’t recall having read anything about the building, but there was just something … Read More