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Dear Art Lover, I hope you are keeping well. Recently I've been working on some commissions and in between I managed to complete three new artworks. I continue the exploration of patterns and our relationship with nature. The third artwork revisits a popular series...
Dear Art Friend, Today I'd like to show you three recently completed paintings. The first two explore the richness of patterns in nature and how we perceive them. I came across this quote that seems apt: "What I am really saying is that you don't need to do anything,...
Dear Art Friend, I hope you are keeping well. It might be a good time to catch up with you and show you some of the paintings I have recently completed. Atmospheric Irish Landscape 1 As Far as the Eye Can See VIII 150 cm x 100 cm x 3.5 cm acrylic on canvas,...
The Edge of the Deep Green Sea III, ©John O’Grady
16″ x 16″ x 1.5″ acrylic on canvas ●
This Irish coast painting captures the elemental power of the sea its waves crashing against the cliff face at night.
Enigmatic interior painting. A figure, asleep on a bed is bathed and soothed by the moonlight while someone looks on …
8″ x 8″ x 1.75 acrylic on canvas ready to hang ●
Large scenic west of Ireland painting at dusk suggesting the freedom of wide open spaces. It was created from memory.
20″ x 47.5″ x 1.75″ oil on deep edge canvas, ready to hang.
12” x 12” x 1.5” acrylic on canvas, ready to hang●
A dreamlike summer nocturne painting lit by the stars
A quiet sunset painting with a blazing sky and glistening grasses that contrast with the dark blue and powder blue statuesque trees.
River painting with sunlight filtering through new foliage and reflections in the water. This original artwork has a contemporary abstract quality and invites us to connect with nature ●
The House on the Hill, ©John O’Grady
16″ x 16″ x 1.5″ acrylic on canvas, ready to hang
An Irish landscape painting with a dreamy feel that shows a vibrant green path leading our eye through and up a rolling hill towards a white-washed cottage nestled between trees.