Dublin Plein Air Workshops

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2020 Workshop Artists are :  Una Sealy R.H.A | Neal Greig A.R.U.A | Steve Browning | David Fitzgerald | Jock Nichol | James Moore | Paul D’Arcy

You can join these workshops to learn and improve your painting technics. This year as every year, we have some masters of their art and our plein air artists will share their tips of the trade with you during the workshops.

Festival dates are Monday 20 – Sunday 26 July 2020 – change due to Covid 19 pandemic

Please Note – You must have already paid the Artist Registration or pay it now (65 euro) before you can join any workshops etc.

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Dublin Plein Air Workshop

Una Sealy RHA is an Irish artist based in Fingal, County Dublin. She paints domestic interiors, streetscape, landscape and portraiture. She paints from observation and often the compositions evolve organically, with elements appearing and disappearing before the final arrangement is arrived at. The works form a kind of visual autobiography.

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Dublin Plein Air Workshop

Neal Greig URUA , studied BA Hons in Fine Art at Edinburgh College of Art from 1983 -1987 then went on to a Post Graduate in Drawing and Painting 1988 – 1989 he was awarded  The Andrew Grant Scholarship for Post Graduate Study. In 1991 he was Artist in Residence at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre .  Neal has been awarded residencies namely The Vermont Studio Centre Fellowship in Vermont USA , Ballinglen Fellowship, O’Reardon House Fogo Island Newfoundland , Invited Artist with Ontario Art Society Field Trip, Cill Raillig Art Studios.

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Dublin Plein Air workshops

Steve Browning paints with acrylics; he finds acrylic paints ideal for painting outdoors. Steve has exhibited in London, Royal Hibernian Academy and Royal Ulster Academy of Arts. Steve has won prizes at the Dublin Plein Air Festival, Bronze (2018) and Silver (2019) at the Wexford Art in the Open festival. Dublin Plein Air are very pleased to host Steve’s first ever workshop which we are sure will be very popular.

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Dublin Plein Air workshop

Jock Nichol is a plein artists who likes painting out doors because he gains an intimate understanding of the nuances of a place that can not be derived from working in the studio. His work is a direct response to the everyday landscape surrounding his home, particularly the marginal land around the bogs and forests. These places hold an understated beauty and mystery. His last workshop two years ago at Dublin Plein Air was a great success as he has a great knowledge of painting out doors in Ireland. Jock Nichol attended Edinburgh College of Art and since moving to Ireland in 1991 he has exhibited widely and has work in public and private collections in Ireland and abroad.

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Dublin Plein Air Workshop

James Moore is one of the founders of Dublin Sketchers who have met weekly for nearly 10 years for on location drawing in Dublin. James is a fine artist with a diploma from IADT Dun Laoghaire and a degree from Limerick School of Art and Design. He has exhibited in solo and group shows in Dublin, Mayo and Wexford. More recently he illustrated two guide books based on James  Joyce’s Ulysses and Dubliners.  Artists will find this course very valuable when working outdoors.

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Dublin Plein Air Workshop

David is a popular artist at Dublin Plein Air and an Irish watercolor artist working in County Meath, Ireland. “My style of painting in Watercolour is loose and uses shapes with lots of different textures. My inspiration comes from the land and urban buildings around me in my paintings. I am a member of the following clubs U.W.S and W.S.O.I and my passion is to pass on what I know about watercolor to others.

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Dublin Plein Air Workshop

Paul will discuss equipment and the best way to approach working out doors. The talk which is free to attend is aimed at those people who are new to painting outdoors (en plein air). Paul D’Arcy is a professional artist for the past 30 years and has been painting plein air since the 1980’s all over the world. Any registered artist may attend.

Please Note – You must have already paid the Artist Registration or pay it now before you can join any workshops et