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  • Black Hen Design

    Starting from freeform sketches, the shapes undergo simplification through graphic techniques, eventually evolving into a distinctive series of printed illustrations on acrylic glass.
  • Wild Goose

    In their Kinsale-based studio, they passionately craft handmade Irish heritage gifts by collaborating with some of the country's most talented artists and craftspeople.
  • Bog Buddies

    Created in Ireland using authentic Irish bog materials, each piece is truly one-of-a-kind. These unique items serve as cool, personalized gifts perfect for weddings, engagements, and other special occasions. Their love for personalization shines through in every creation.
  • Ogham Wishes

    Ogham Wishes crafts each unique artwork using the ancient Ogham writing, Ireland's earliest known form of script. Explore our collection of Ogham Wishes artwork—an exceptional, award-winning series meticulously hand-painted by Ethel Kelly at her studio in Roscommon, Ireland.
  • Rebeka Khan

    Crafted in the heart of the Wicklow mountains, Rebeka Kahn designs mesmerizing, three-dimensional wall art using bespoke raku firing techniques. Her creations fuse ceramics and glass in an extraordinary blend of materials, resulting in captivating, uniquely sculpted pieces of art.
  • Genesis

    Genesis, a cherished and globally renowned Irish brand from Mullingar, County Westmeath, specializes in Fine Bronze Sculptures. Our meticulously handcrafted stretched canvas prints come equipped with pre-installed keyhole brackets and hanging hardware, ensuring effortless and secure installation.

Emma Campbell Art

For Emma Campbell, an Irish artist, painting is a remarkable form of escape from the rigors of reality and the routines of daily life. The act of sitting serenely in her modest studio, finding relaxation while crafting a piece, offers her a tranquil sanctuary amid the creative process. Her art draws upon a fusion of contemporary and abstract influences, residing precisely at the crossroads of these two imaginative worlds.

Karen Wilson Art

Karen's unique oil painting technique, employing a palette knife, creates a distinctive texture marked by thick, buttery, and vibrant colors that encapsulate the liveliness of her subjects. Situated in Skerries, Co. Dublin, she finds abundant inspiration in her surroundings and eagerly imparts her passion for painting through both online and in-person classes, fostering a community of art enthusiasts eager to learn and create.

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