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Lunch time live radio interview!

Radio chat about the Kerry Way Ultra and Cosmetic Surgery!

Sometimes when I’m sitting in the studio painting away and listening to the radio I hear something that makes me really mad. This was a chat about cosmetic surgery, everyone is at it apparently, which surprised me tbh. They were all very serious about it so I texted in with my tuppence worth, and before I knew it I was on the phone waiting for the ad break to end and Ciara Kelly to introduce me! Very exciting! So I told Ciara how you could look better for free if you took exercise, and this led nicely on to the recent 200km foot race I had just completed. Great opportunity to blow my own trumpet, and of course get a dig in about beating the hubby ;D

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Art Source 2019- ‘A Smile On Canvas!’

Art Source -The Stand- 2019
Art Source -The Stand- 2019

The Wild Joy of Autumn Light!

Thrilled to bits with the stand this year! Delighted to display my four latest large-size autumn scenes from Killarney National Park, and a great range of runners, florals and horses. 13 sales and 4 commissions.

Amazing to see the big paintings up, and the impact they had on the visitors!  The Black Bridge stayed up in Dublin, going to a new home, and lots of measuring and interest on the other three!

Lovely to meet up with all my artist friends, and to chat to so many people. I’m very grateful to have the opportunity.

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New painting for January classes!

In this session we’re painting a version of Constable’s Haywain, it’s a stunning work and I’m so excited about getting started. 


The Haywain
The Haywain
Brushes used

Colours :

Daler Rowley Georgian oils, available from The Dungeon Killarney. 

French ultramarine, burnt sienna, raw sienna, naples yellow, raw umber, burnt umber, cadmium red, crimson alizarin, cobalt blue, cobalt violet, sap green, yellow green, lemon yellow, titanium white

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Autumn classes starting September 26th 2017

Hi All!
This is the new painting we’ll be doing, all step-by-step and a nice mix of brush and palette knife. Nothing too difficult to get us started, and then we’ll go on to an autumn scene using more palette knife.


The colours we use are Daler Rowney Georgian Oils, 75 ml tubes, available in The Dungeon, Killarney.

The Seashore 16x20"
The Seashore 16×20″


There are two new colours for this first painting: violet grey and cobalt blue.

The other colours are white, coeruleum hue, crimson alizarin, naples yellow, French ultramarine, raw sienna, burnt umber, paynes grey, yellow green, sap green, cadmium yellow, lemon yellow, burnt sienna.

Also a flat palette, a number 25 palette knife, the graduate brush number 1 or 2, and a bigger cheap bristle brush, eg number 10 round head. Phone me if any questions, I have spares of everything, so no panic.

All available at the Dungeon in killarney! ???? Looking forward to starting back! See you all soon, Tina