Artists @ Ross Fine Art
Displayed Below are the artists here at Ross Fine Art.
Winter Exhibition 2013
New work on show by our gallery artists More...
Open Submission Exhibition 2014
Friday 21 February at 7pm More...
New Ramelton Gallery More...
Summer Exhibition 2014
Showing new work by our gallery artists.
New paintings, sculpture and craft pieces arriving continually.
We also have new artists and craft workers joining us throughout the summer. More...
Basil Blackshaw, who lives in County Down, is now recognized as one of Ireland’s leading artists. He was recently the subject of a critically-acclaimed retrospective at the Ulster Museum.
Donegal painter renowned for his work in Watercolour and Pastel.
Johnny Boyle is one of our most established living painters who is widely known and respected for his landscapes of west More...
Deborah Brown, who lives here in Ramelton, has been described by the late Dorothy Walker as “one of the most experimental of Irish artists”. She has made a major contribution to More...
Jo Ellen Brydon
Jo Ellen Brydon is an award winning artist who has been exhibiting extensively in Canada since 1985. Her work is now represented by galleries in Ireland as well as in Canada.
Maurice Canning Wilkes
Wilkes (1910 – 1984) is a familiar name on the Irish art scene.
An exhibitor at the Royal Hibernian Academy for half a century, he was a landscape and portrait More...
Christine Cheim, born in Paris in 1965, has been included in many exhibitions in Europe and further afield, including Japan and China. She has attracted a lot of interest on the More...
Peter Collis, the expressionist painter who lives in Wicklow, has been described by Aidan Dunne of the ‘Irish Times’ as “the Irish Cezanne”.
Born in London in 1929, he studied More...
Born in England in 1931, Barrie Cooke grew up in Bermuda and Jamaica. He studied art history at Harvard and in 1954 he moved to Ireland where he still lives.
Melita Denaro was born at Burt Co Donegal of Maltese and Irish parents. She was educated in London and now divides her time between Donegal and London. Close to her More...
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