This painting is 24"x36" inches painted on wood.
Niam only uses professional artist grade paints. He does not mix with student grade paints in his paintings.
This is a gorgeous highly textured and blended painting. Niam's gift is he able to use different techniques on a painting, with a lot of heavy body painting, without it turning muddy.
This is a absolutely stunning and nothing like I have seen before.
Niam loves to look at flowers. Before we went painting we looked at fields of poppies. Niam was instantly attracted to the beautiful red flowers on rolling green hills, swaying in the blue sky.
You can hoover over the painting to see close up of the painting.
Niam unlocks his world through his artwork. He has minimal speech and expresses his inner most feelings, private thoughts and expressions through his artwork.
See the world through Niam's eyes.
Enjoy this beautiful masterpiece in your home. It is gorgeous with all the colours.
The story about the Artist is beautiful and, the beauty of the artwork.
This painting is painted on wood.
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