Margo has been painting since she was quite young and attended many art classes. In her late teens she moved to Spain and continued painting. However when she later returned to Ireland, she took classes in ceramics and this lead to a fourteen year career in sculpting, in particular sculpting the human figure. However, she…

Tom Scott  studied painting with Henry Healy RHA in the late seventies and met  a group of students who were very committed to developing their painting. This group formed the Back Lane Painters. Originally there were twelve members in the group and a period each summer was spent painting, predominantly in Connemara. In addition, there were…

Aidan Hickey studied painting at the National College of Art, English and History at UCD, and Film-making at Hornsey College of Art. During a long career in Animation he made TV series and short-films, receiving awards at various international festivals. In 2005 he wrote and directed The Boy Who Had No Story, winning the IFTA…

Darragh, born in 1973, was raised near Avoca, Co Wicklow. His father Liam Treacy, a noted artist who was a member of the DPSC, first introduced Darragh to painting ‘en plein air’. He is mainly self taught, favouring oil painting in an impressionist style and while he enjoys painting landscape and street scenes he also…

Ursula Klinger was born in Germany, where she graduated in Fine Art and History. While travelling through Ireland she chose Connemara as her second home for ten years before moving her Irish base to Dublin in the late nineties. She works mainly in oils and watercolours. Her realistic figurative style was influenced by the surrealists…

Kate Bedell is an accomplished artist who works primarily in watercolour. Born in Dublin, Kate graduated from Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art and Design with a distinction in Fine Art in 1984 and has been evolving her craft for over 30 years. She seeks to explore the fullest extent of watercolour and her techniques have…

Brian has been a full time Artist & Illustrator since graduating in 1989. World Illustration Awards Winner 2016- Public Realm Royal Ulster Academy of Arts- Print Prize 2019 He was especially drawn to using linocut and then scraperboard through the tutoring of wood engraver Peter Reddick at Art College in Bristol. His work is figurative, graphic…