Unique gifts from Irish Artists, you find at Fernhill Garden Centre. Several famous Irish artists offer their work in our webshop. Discover work from Belinda Northcote, Black Hen Designs, John Galvin and Paul Maloney. Different styles and various paintings to hang on your wall. Hang a beautiful piece of art on your wall and spice up your interior. If you have any questions about our products, please contact us on 090 6475574.
Gorgeous Irish artworks
Are you looking for a new piece of art to decorate your home with? Then you've come to the right place! Here at Fernhill, you'll find all kinds of beautiful artworks that are all designed by Irish artists. Take a look at our wide range, and let us introduce you to the artists behind the beautiful works we have for sale.
Belinda Northcote is an Irish artist that is best known for her wide range of framed artworks, from prints to children's art and much more. Most of Belinda's art is inspired by nature, so her art is filled with animals like birds, butterflies and other good stuff. Her paintings are colourful, and Belinda's early training as a botanical artist makes for a fantastic eye for detail.
Black Hen Designs was founded in late 2010 by Andrew Pain and his wife Vida, with the idea of creating a bunch of fun and quirky illustrations. Before this, Andrew worked in the building trade. He, however, decided to embark on a journey of becoming an artist. The Irish countryside became the inspiration for his designs, and it can clearly be found in their art. Their ideas for a new drawing often come from real-life experiences and encounters, lacing their art with a certain carefree spontaneity.
John Galvin is a visual artist from Ireland. He specializes in the creation of original art and prints, most of them portraying all kinds of sceneries. His goal is to make his work capture and portray the extraordinary, which, according to him, often lies hidden in the ordinary. His work lets its onlookers open their eyes and minds to appreciate the beauty that everyday life holds for us all.
Paul Maloney studied at the National College of Art & Design Dublin and graduated in the early nineteen eighties. His work has always been heavily influenced by his surroundings, especially the coastline of Wexford. It changes every day, and so then does his work. Paul has painted in acrylic and oil throughout his life and has been a 1st Prize Winner in Europe's largest plein air painting festival, 'Art in The Open'. He was also the overall winner of Paint Annapolis USA.