Thank you for visiting this gallery and greetings from Ireland, on the border between County Tipperary and County Clare.
Here you will find a small selection of some of my photography.
When I was younger - much younger - I used to paint.
My painting days are, alas, long gone but the advent of Digital Photography now offers an incredible amount of artistic opportunity, both at the moment of taking the picture and after the image is captured.
I find myself once again 'painting' pictures but this time without a paint brush, or at least a physical one anyway.
All the pictures in this online gallery are printed for me by an experienced and skilled Fine Art printer. He reproduces them to FINE ART standard on Epson Somerset Velvet, Archival Fine Art paper (100% cotton rag, acid free), using 13 chromatic pigment inks.
All prints are individually hand signed and some are Limited Editions. Limited Edition prints are numbered in addition to my signature.
Please note that print sizes given are approximate and may vary slightly, due to the printing process.
If you have a question or are interested in purchasing a print please get in touch by using the CONTACT link above.
You can also see some of my prints in two fine 'refreshment establishments' in Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland.
(If you're in the area you should visit them anyway and treat yourself)
Ponte Vecchio Italian Café, Wine Bar and 'deli'. Andrew grew up in Rome. A nice guy with a brilliant team, fine coffee, wine and food. The pizza's are legendary. What's not to like?
Derg House Café and French Patisserie - Amélie, Xavier and their crew are lovely people and the exquisite pastries are made fresh by Xavier every morning.
A good selection of great food throughout the day - sweet and savoury - from treats to meals.
(Did I mention the pastries? Of course I did)
A big thankyou to Andrew, Amélie and Xavier for the use of their walls.
I hope you enjoy viewing these pictures as much as I have enjoyed creating them.
Thanks again for dropping by.
Oh and do come back - there's no telling what will be here on your next visit.
Slán Go Fóill
Bye For Now