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Sarah began her career as a self employed artist in Edinburgh before moving to the North Coast of Ireland.
Rosemary lives near Doagh, Co Antrim using an oil and palette knife technique to create a range of harmonious colour tones for landscape and seascapes
Originally from Coventry and now based on the Causeway Coast, Graham paints in most mediums with a very eclectic range of subjects and styles
Originally from Germany, Ingrid was always interested in the vibrant art scene, and started painting when she moved to Ireland over 20 years ago
Janet is a professional portrait and calligraphy artist whose passion for creating treasured artwork of precious memories, occasions and beloved pets is evident in each piece of art created.
Chris's subjects range from the North Coast to Dublin Buildings using his preferred medium of Watercolour
Barry has painted still life subjects in a classical style since his early youth while recently painting landscapes of the North Coast
Ashley is a self taught watercolour artist based in Castlerock, Northern Ireland
Liane grew up in Portstewart and uses acrylic paints to create her abstract/ contemporary style
Joe has spent many years watercolour painting in Donegal before moving and settling at the foothills of the sperrins
Born in Belfast in 1937, Harry has been living and painting on the Causeway Coastsince 1968, when he joined the staff of the New University of Ulster.
Rosemary lives in Ballymoney, enjoying painting on the North coast
David Sweet is a paediatrician in Belfast. He does paintings and portraits as a hobby under the tuition of Belfast artist, Rosie McClelland.
David uses his Portballintrae holiday residence and the North Coast as inspiration for his work, painting in watercolour, acrylic and soft pastel.
Terry has an interest in landscape and historical themes and paints mostly in acrylics
As a painter primarily interested in landscape James was drawn to this beautiful coastline over 20 years ago to set up his studio and gallery near Bushmills.
Elvin Warwick Simpson did a BA Hons in Ceramics at Camberwell School of Art,