Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh - Fine Artist

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh

Ennis, Co Clare - Ireland

 
 
 

0

0

0

0

0

 

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh

Ennis, Co Clare - Ireland

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh - Fine Artist

Member Since:

April 28th, 2009

Followers:

14

Views:

54,945

Facebook
Twitter
Google+
StumbleUpon
Pinterest

Contact

Join E-Mail List

Visit Website

About Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh

****I am on Facebook! Feel free to add me!****
Check out my website: http://www.tomasartist.com/

Tomás O’Maoldomhnaigh, is a professional portrait and landscape artist. His works can be found all over Ireland and is represented on the walls of many of Irelands top corporate companies.
View the Gallery for a selection of work from the range of Landscapes, portraits, figures, corporate and other work.

Exhibits are held on an on going basis and his paintings have been sold to the United States, Europe, Africa and Australia. He now lives and works as a full time artist and illustrator in his adopted County Clare, Ireland

“As an artist, I'm enthralled to put brush to canvas, it is at once both public and private. The world I reveal is an expression of my passion for both Classic European portraiture and the Pre-Raphaelite movement. I'm in awe of artists such as Sargent, Alma Tadema and the American Tony Ryder. I find the classic styles to be timeless, with a warmth and honesty not offered any more with modern movements.”

http://www.tomasartist.com/

Artwork Feed

Events Feed

Blog Feed

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Art

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Canvas Prints

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Framed Prints

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Acrylic Prints

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Metal Prints

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Prints

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Posters

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Greeting Cards

Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Throw Pillows

 

Quartet Limerick 2009

Ennis, Co - September 8th, 2009

Press Release Quartet Limerick 2009 ‘ Exhibition Of New Paintings’ Quartet Limerick 2009 is a group exhibition by four visual artists who as it happens also call themselves Quartet. They are Margaret Ray, Liam Thompson, Jim Furlong, and Tomás O’Maoldomhnaigh. The opening will take place on Monday, 14th September 2009 at 7.30pm at Istabraq Hall, Limerick City Hall. Jan O’Sullivan T.D will officially open the exhibition. The exhibition ends on the 23rd September . There will be up to 100 works on view, and will including landscapes, townscapes of Limerick and the West. Themes include the dominance of nature over the environment through study of sea off the West coast. Contrasting Portraits of the Irish in style of contemporary romantic realism. Many of the works are lively, vivid, and vibrant in striking colour, conveying a spark of humour, including paintings in a fig...

Quartet Limerick 2009

Ennis, Co - September 8th, 2009

Press Release Quartet Limerick 2009 ‘ Exhibition Of New Paintings’ Quartet Limerick 2009 is a group exhibition by four visual artists who as it happens also call themselves Quartet. They are Margaret Ray, Liam Thompson, Jim Furlong, and Tomás O’Maoldomhnaigh. The opening will take place on Monday, 14th September 2009 at 7.30pm at Istabraq Hall, Limerick City Hall. Jan O’Sullivan T.D will officially open the exhibition. The exhibition ends on the 23rd September . There will be up to 100 works on view, and will including landscapes, townscapes of Limerick and the West. Themes include the dominance of nature over the environment through study of sea off the West coast. Contrasting Portraits of the Irish in style of contemporary romantic realism. Many of the works are lively, vivid, and vibrant in striking colour, conveying a spark of humour, including paintings in a fig...

Limerick Born Artist Tomas OMaoldomhnaigh Exhibits At The Limerick City Gallery Of Art.

Ennis, Co - May 13th, 2009

Ballymacaula, Beechpark, Ennis, CO., Clare, IRELAND TEL. 065-6840801 Mobile 087-6149535 Email: tomasartist@eircom.net URL http://www.TomasArtist.com Limerick born Artist Tomas O’Maoldomhnaigh Exhibits at the Limerick City Gallery of Art. ‘Reflections’ Tomas’s colourful paintings enthrall the viewer with his classical skill and use of light. His exhibition of paintings entitled ‘Reflections’ explores his journey not only in the literal meaning of the word. These include still lives where objects reflecting or being reflected and also the contemplative meaning of the word. The ideas arising in the mind, which he then develops, such as how he imagines Limerick might look in the future. His streetscapes of Limerick are from such diverse locations such as shop windows in O’Connell St, skylines of the city including Thomond Park, and the Shannon. There is an unusual view St J...