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My Irish art via Print on Demand at fineartamerica.com

Croagh Patrick with my easel set up on the Greenway at Mulranny.


I’ve uploaded some new images of Ireland to fineartamerica.com. My profile page is https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/catherine-considine.html. and there are more to come in the coming weeks.

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Come rain, come shine, the Footed Turf

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-NIgfrnWyu/?igshid=3ccy5psmg3hh
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The Snag in the Park

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-KuEjsHDo-/?igshid=14dychdv1d26j
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Willow by the Water

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High on the Hill

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Onions and Turnips

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Finsbury Park London

Today’s timelapse. #keepsafe

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Darker than December

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Animatics

First of a series of animatics I’m posting on my Instagram channel cathconsidine.

I’ve created the animation with iMovie and my piano via iphone.

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Painting Finsbury Park

I aim to record my process as I work. There’s the sketches, pencils, digital or whatever, the colour studies and the final work. It’s fascinating to look back and see how a painting comes together. I created the animations with iMovie and recorded the piano tracks on my phone. You can see this one and more on my Youtube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/user/3dkate

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Narcissi in Shamrock

My paintings of daffodils features on the cover of Peter Mulholland’s new book “Love’s Betrayal: The Decline of Catholicism and Rise of New Religions in Ireland”. Published by Peter Lang: https://www.peterlang.com/view/9781788744324/xhtml/fm_copyright.xhtml

Love’s Betrayal: The Decline of Catholicism and Rise of New Religions in Ireland. By Peter Mulholland.

I did a few paintings before this one suited Peter’s ideas for the cover, in his words “The 432 daffodils refer to the year that St Patrick is said to have come to Christianise Ireland and the  cumulative development of the narcissism that led to the Church being brought to its knees by the scandal of child abuse while the shamrock in the foreground also allude to St Patrick and the doctrine of the holy trinity which is discussed in the book”.