Intercontinental artist Solus found art 11 years ago, key to keeping him inspired and on the right track. He embraced his natural talent and keen eye using spray paint as his main medium, leaving his mark in Europe, America, and Asia on walls, canvas, sculpture, and various media. He has exhibited in various international solo shows in America, Canada, and Paris.

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Graham Knuttel Artist

Graham Knuttel

Graham Knuttel is a highly collectible and internationally acclaimed artist. He was born in Dublin in 1954 and attended the Dun Laoghaire School of Art where he discovered his love for figurative, representational painting.

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Ian Humphreys

Ian’s work features in art collections nationally and internationally, including at AIB, Burmah Castrol, Coopers & Lybrand, JP Morgan, the Office of Public Works in Dublin, JP Morgan, Reading Museum, the Sociétè Générales, Tate & Lyle, and Trinity College, Cambridge.

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Derick Smith Artist

Derick Smith

Derick Smith initially began a career in design before moving on to chemical photography which resulted in a solo exhibition in New York (2006). Later, he moved onto sculpture and painting after graduating from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin (2012) and has since exhibited in national and international exhibitions.

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Karl Gaff

Trained in physics, imaging and microscopy, Karl Gaff is a scientific photographic artist from Dublin. Through experimentation he creates mesmerising photographs under the microscope.

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Banksy is perhaps the most famous but arguably the most controversial figure in street art working today. Banksy is an anonymous British street artist known for his authoritarian art, often done in public places.

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Karla Coffey

Karla has had a varied and creative career incorporating interior design, completing both commercial and residential projects, and creating a high-end Artisan confectionery brand which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year.

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TJ Miles

Born in Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland in 1965, TJ studied art until he left school at 16 to begin my working life. His passions for travel and art have been constant companions for many years. TJ's art fuses elements of Americana and European surrealism with aspects of Irish figuratism and the viewer may readily discern the influences of Hopper, Dali, De Chirico, Magritte and Markey in his work.

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His artistic repertoire compiles of various mediums, ranging from acrylic to spray paints, within his work, he playfully blends influences from prominent Art movements like Abstract and Pop-Art, combining techniques from past movements and integrating them to modern techniques with the use of various computer softwares help him to develope ideas which he then brings to the canvas & walls.

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Ed Williamson

Ed Williamson is a contemporary fine artist living and painting in Ireland. Prior to being an artist Ed played professional rugby union in the English Premiership for over a decade. He and his family moved to South West France in 2014 so he could transition from playing to painting full time. Since that time his work has been exhibited at a variety of places around the world, from New York to Monaco.

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