Nature Reserve
Galleries: Art First, London. 2011 / Town Hall Gallery, Macroom, Co. Cork. 2012 / Photo credits Gillian Buckley / Read: Introduction by Donald Teskey / Read: Gerard Smyth’s opening introduction - Every landscape has a story

Gallery: Art First, London. 2011. Not far from the town of Macroom in Co. Cork, there is an area that contains the remains of an alluvial oak forest which was formed in the basin of the River Lee at the end of the last Ice Age. It is called the Gearagh – an old Irish name for a wooded river. This unique area was formed where the river valley flattened out and the Lee broke into an intricate network of streams and narrow channels weaving its way among a multitude of small wooded islands… [read more]

The Lee Valley II
2008
76 x 100 cm
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
The Lee Valley II
2008
76 x 100 cm
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
The Lee Valley
2008
76 x 100 cm
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
The Lee Valley
2008
76 x 100 cm
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh IV
2008
76 x 100
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh IV
2008
76 x 100
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
In the Gearagh 
2012
132 x 152 cm
52 x  60
oil on canvas
In the Gearagh
2012
132 x 152 cm
52" x 60"
oil on canvas
The Gearagh lll
2008
76 x 100
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh lll
2008
76 x 100
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
Nature reserve ll
2010
76 x 100 cm
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
Nature reserve ll
2010
76 x 100 cm
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh VIII
2010
76 x 100cm
30 x  39
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh VIII
2010
76 x 100cm
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study VIII
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study VIII
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study V
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study V
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study VI
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study VI
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study IV
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study IV
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study II
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh study II
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh IX
2010
76 x 100
30 x 39
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh IX
2010
76 x 100
30" x 39"
acrylic on paper
Gateway
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
Gateway
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
Abandoned House
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
Abandoned House
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh
2008
30 x 30cm
12 x 12
acrylic on paper
The Gearagh
2008
30 x 30cm
12" x 12"
acrylic on paper

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Nature Reserve

Gallery: Art First, London. 2011. Not far from the town of Macroom in Co. Cork, there is an area that contains the remains of an alluvial oak forest which was formed in the basin of the River Lee at the end of the last Ice Age. It is called the Gearagh – an old Irish name for a wooded river. This unique area was formed where the river valley flattened out and the Lee broke into an intricate network of streams and narrow channels weaving its way among a multitude of small wooded islands… [read more]


Galleries: Art First, London. 2011
Town Hall Gallery, Macroom, Co. Cork. 2012
Photo credits Gillian Buckley
Read: Introduction by Donald Teskey
Read: Gerard Smyth’s opening introduction - Every landscape has a story


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