Art Appreciation for Everyone

The new set of Art Appreciation Classes begins on Friday 23rd of September.

The format is online via Zoom with approximately every third week in a gallery/museum. Everyone is welcome. No knowledge of history of art is required. It is all about looking together, learning about and enjoying art. (Also we like to have coffee in art galleries afterwards!)

This term we will look at the life and work of Georgia O’Keeffe, the work of JWM Turner (we will visit The Sun is God, a major exhibition of his oil paintings) and we will focus on Italian art in preparation for a trip to Rome in January 2023.

The term is 10 weeks long. There are two groups, one at 9.30 and one at 11.30am both are on Fridays. The content is the same for both. The cost is 180euro for ten weeks, with an Early Bird discount if you book before 10th of September.

If you are new and would like to try for a week or two first, no problem. For all enquiries email: or give me a call 086 1296948

Look forward to seeing you!

To enroll for the class please click below

A series of watercolours inspired by the Japanese masters and their depictions of Mount Fuji.

As I drove from Dublin to Enniskerry in Wicklow every day to work in my studio, I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful Sugarloaf mountain as I drove through the Scalp. I thought of it as our little Mount Fuji. The Japanese depicted the mountain as part of scenes of contemporary life, always innovating with composition and colour. They also wrote on their images. This is my little homage to them and to the Sugarloaf mountain. Please click on the link below to order your calendar.

The calendars have sold out! Beautiful signed and numbered limited edition prints of each of the images are available. Please contact Mags at if you’d like to order (size A3)