Our day out painting today (sunday 29th) was an experance,our goal was to paint Dunluce castle on the north coast, and for a change the weather forcast was correct, wet in the morning turning bright and breezy later. On the way we visited the White rocks area which is within site of Dunluce. The wind was quite strong blowing sand about, so we headed on to our target. The…Read on...
Many thanks to Maura and all in the Heritage Park, who made us feel so welcome. We had a wonderful day.After a slow start this morning, the weather picked up nicely to provide us with ideal conditions.The Park provided some wonderful painting opportunities. great views, old farmsteads, lake, woodlands etc...the food from the park restaurant was really good…Read on...
Dublin Sketchers announce 2nd Annual Exhibition
A group of amateur artists brought together by a common passion for sketching and painting are exploring every corner of Dublin every Sunday, including its streets, galleries and beaches – resulting in a collaborative exhibition in the Sol Art Gallery on Friday 3rd June.
On show in the gallery will be a diverse range of work in a variety of mediums, showing how collective…Read on...
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Here's'Tony meets Rene Plein Air' video submitted by Rene.
Thanks to Kevin Lewis for pointing us towards Kells today, and directing us to some great venues. Kells was a gem, which I'm ashamed to say, I had never been to. The Priory was a huge mass of ancient ruins, in a wonderful setting. We had the choice to paint…
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Today Plein Eire achieved a landmark 300 members - as easy as falling off a cliff!" .
That may be a derisory number by the standards of Facebook or The National Lottery, but everyone here has a genuine shared interest. More than merely owning a computer or each wishing for a million euro, we have something in common, something rather…Read on...