Irish Art Paintings by Artist Connor Maguire
  • office worker
    Irish contemporary paintings
    Original paintings created in a unique style
    with a modern twist
    Artwork completed in a variety of medium
    Watercolours, Oils, Printmaking and Graphite
  • conor maguire art
    Award winning irish artist
    Exhibiting in galleries throughout Ireland
    Shortlisted Artist of the year 2013 with
    "Artist and Illustrators" magazine
    exhibiting in "THE MALL GALLERIES"
    LONDON
  • conor maguire artist
    Watercolours & gouache
    Imaginative paintings with tight illustrative detail
    Pushing the limitations of watercolour painting
    Creating small paintings with a big feel.
  • graphite charcoal portrait
    Charcoal & drawings
    Irish contemporary fine art
    Drawings and charcoals created with imagination
    Realistic and impressionist figurative
    studies with a beautiful medium
  • printmaking
    Printmaking Woodcuts & Linocuts
    Irish contemporary prints
    Printmaking produced in the form of
    woodcuts and linocuts pressed on the finest papers
    making art affordable for everyone

PAINTINGS BY IRISH ARTIST CONNOR MAGUIRE

Connor Maguire is an irish artist that works in all medium, painting in oils, watercolours,charcoal,graphite who sketches and draws daily.He also makes limited edition prints in the form of woodcuts and linocuts and has won many visual art awards over the years exhibiting nationwide from London all the way back to Ireland where he exhibits and is represented throughout.

SELECTED TO EXHIBIT IN THE ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY, DUBLIN, 22ND MAR-11TH JUNE 2016

Very pleased and proud to announce my painting, "Georgie Sideshow Ramone" was accepted into the RHA - Royal Hibernian Academy exhibition this year.First time entering this exhibition so looking forward and overwhelmed to have my work hanging on the same walls amongst some of Ireland's finest Artists. Exhibition opens 22nd March – 11th June 2016, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin. UPDATE OF PHOTOS OF OPENING NIGHT & SUNDAY TIMES REVIEW BY ART CRITIC CRISTIN LEÁCH.

PERMANENT IRISH ART COLLECTION EXHIBITION RVH, APR 2016

Now hanging in the permanent collection of the Royal Victoria Hospital's new therapeutic Art Gallery. Upcoming show will consist of other fine Irish Artists on permanent display like David Sweet, Emma Colbert, Peter Roberts, Justin Vaughan, Verner Finlay and many others which opens early April 2016. Details to follow.

Working on a new painting entitled "Office worker". My good friend Jason McGrugan is the face behind the painting so hopefully I have captured his likeness. Keep up to date with my progress on my Art blogs.

Check out the new updated ART BLOG design. You can look at past events like my "Drawings & Woodcuts" exhibition which was my last show taking place in the Down Arts Centre,Downpatrick, Co.Down, N.Ireland. I exhibited a series of work in the form of drawings studying portraiture completed in Charcoal/Graphite and prints in the form of woodcuts based on various themes. Follow my blog and Facebook/Twitter links for updates on new work.

CULTURE NI REVIEW BY IRISH JOURNALIST LEE HENRY AT THE NERVE CENTRE, CO.DERRY

Review of my exhibition "Drawings & Woodcuts" which was reviewed by CULTURE NI and featured on their online magazine by Journalist and writer Lee Henry.

Some compiled moving images of my last exhibition "Drawings & woodcuts" which took place in June 2015, The Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick, Co.Down , N.Ireland.www.connormaguire.com

Posted by Connor Maguire - Irish Paintings on Friday, 3 July 2015

BUY ONLINE NOW AVAILABLE / KEEP UP TO DATE WITH MY ART BLOGS

Follow my blog to keep up to date with current events and Artworks in progress. Last exhibition took place in Belfast in the MAC LIVE THEATRE organised By Carrie Neely Art Consultant exhibiting amongst some of Irelands finest irish artists like Neil Shawcross, Brian Ballard and a Damien Hirst was on show also at a wopping £10,000.

Paintings/Drawings/Prints all available to buy online now and if you dont see what you are looking for, get in touch. Check in now and again to see regular updates of new work in progress.