Ann Brennan exhibits her oil paintings at Clonmel library

Ann Brennan exhibition

One of the oil paintings included in the exhibition by Ballingarry-based artist Ann Brennan, which continues at Clonmel library until next Saturday December 16th

Ann Brennan is exhibiting her evocative oil paintings once again at Clonmel Library in an exhibition that continues until Saturday, December 16th.  

This body of work entitled "Mo Radharc, Mo Thir" is an inspiring collection of oil paintings interpreting our beautiful country that Ann calls home.  

Ann is a self-taught artist working from her home-based studio in Ballingarry, South Tipperary.  She uses two different techniques when completing her paintings, blending the oil paints to achieve her unique, dramatic skies to create atmosphere and mystery.    

In complete contrast to that, she uses the palette knife to achieve the textures of the landscapes and the rugged seas.  Both techniques work well together on the one canvas to create a totally unique result.

All her paintings are inspired by her mountain and coastal hikes, which portray the wildness and raw beauty of our west coast and panoramic views of her own county of Tipperary and beyond.  

She recently collaborated with international singer/songwriter Forest Blakk. Her artwork appears on his new single "When I First Found You", and she also appears in the music video which accompanies the song.  

Check out Ann's work on her website, Facebook page - Ann Brennan Artist and Instagram - annbrennanart

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