Ideal Home Show – Contemporary Art

Ideal Home Show

RDS Simmonscourt Dublin – Ireland’s largest Home Show

You are invited to visit Contemporary Artist Donna McGee at Ideal Home Show

You are invited!

 


You are invited to visit Contemporary Artist Donna McGee at Ideal Home Show

Four days  26th – 29th October 2018
Friday 11.00-6.00
Saturday 10.00-6.00
Sunday 10.00-6.00
Monday 10.00 – 5.00


Irish Contemporary Artist Donna McGee Stand N40 at The Ideal Home Show

I am excited to tell you that I will have an eclectic and creative collection of artwork ranging from vibrant seascapes to impressionist abstract work that will “wow” you.

I will also have a select range of limited edition giclée prints

and

I hope to have some new greeting cards too!

This is your chance to pick up that very special  and unique gift for Christmas


gift wrapping by donna McGee
You will also get expert advice and inspiration for your home:

Check out https://idealhome.ie/free-ticket-registration/

 

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Find me at Stand N40

 

Safe Haven

Safe_Haven_ Cave Oil on canvas 20 x 30" © Donna McGee
Safe Haven – Oil Painting on Canvas 20 x 30″

Inspiration from a trip to the west coast of Ireland and in particular to the dramatic cliff walks in Kilkee, Loop Head and boat trips from Carrigaholt, I tried to capture the memory of this  special place.   

The painting, Safe Haven  began  to evolve and become an immersive virtual environment of sedimentary rock formation that could give shelter from the elemental forces of nature.

 “The spectacular scenery at the Mouth of the Shannon ranges from pastoral slopes and sand dunes to very dramatic cliffs with exposed layers of sand & mud sedimentary rock dating back 350 million years.

The ledges create ideal nesting areas for thousands of sea birds every year, including guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes and fulmars.

Cliffs, coastal caves, sea stacks, rock folds and historic maritime features all contribute to this wealth of natural beauty to be seen from the water”.  Dolphin Watch Carrigaholt

– could this be a safe haven for the weary boatman to shelter from the stormy seas?

or

– a safe haven for  wildlife such as the  grey seals that also populate this area?

Either way, it is a place to explore!