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Workshops in Chinese Inks

Chinese Inks and Brush Painting Workshops Covering a little about the philosophy and ethos of Chinese Brush painting techniques.  Hands on painting  bamboos, pandas, magnolia by moonlight, magnolia flowers, ‘held line’ and ‘flowing form’. If interested contact PetPersonalityPortrait@gmail.com www.SheenaMeagher.com www.PetPersonalityPortraits.com
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ADVENT FAIR, Camphill Community Hall, Grangebeg, Dunlavin on Sunday 11th December from 1-5pm.

I am reliably told soup, savory scones and other delicious things will be served and people should come hungry.  
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A Lovely Testimonial from Australia!!

“Myself and my husband whilst on holiday from Brisbane in Ireland, had the pleasure of meeting up with Sheena. Sheena is a wonderful person and artist and could not do enough for us. We first came across her prints in the Trinity College Shop and the one we liked was not available to take back to Australia. The shop gave me Sheena’s details, I contacted her and from there we ended up meeting and having a wonderful afternoon, where Sheena showed us her wonderful work as an artist. The final result was three beautiful prints which now adorn our home and many people have commented on them. If you are after something special, either landscape or as part of her pet portraits you definitely should check what Sheena can do for you. Albert & Chris O’Mara, Brisbane” www.sheenameagher.com https://www.facebook.com/petpersonalityportraits  
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Flashing Steel

Flashing Steel enjoying his retirement in the fields at Rathbride Stables, County Kildare, Winner Irish Grand National 1995 Flashing Steel loves Rathbride, and is a part of the land where he has lived for much of his 31 years. He has a wonderful eye, and loves the company of other horses.
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Warming up for the RDS Horse Show

Chinese inks on canvas, washed back to expose horse and rider
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Foal

Chinese inks on paper. A little story about this image; I designed, printed cards and supplied cards to a number of retail outlets.  While I was invigilating an exhibition in Naas Community Library Arts space a woman approached the desk where I was writing on the card with the foal – “Are you the artist who painted that image?  I said I was.  “I just had a baby and I was given seven of those cards by different friends!” she told me.
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