On the Shannon at Lough Ree Yacht Club , Athlone
oil on panel
17” x 18”
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Bronze sculpture by Paul D’Arcy
Detail of finished bronze sculpture ‘Family Island’ ready for delivery this week. 
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Artist Paul D'Arcy at work

Commissioning a painting or sculpture is one of the greatest compliments a person can give to an artist. This trust is something I as an artist hold in the very highest regard and strive to give the very best of myself to that person.

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Bronze Sculture by Artist Paul D’Arcy

Finishing touches to maquette for a new bronze sculpture. Titled – ‘Family Island’

Wax cast is the next stage of the process before the bronze casting and finishing. The sculpture is a desktop bronze piece.

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Paul DArcy at Art in the Open Wexford

Finally got the van unpacked after a week long painting plein air at Wexford at AITO

Really great to meet fellow artists with a passion for painting and life in general.

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Taking Flight  ….   oil on canvas . . . . . 59 X 70  inches

is the second large painting completed and installed in the Potager restaurant. These two paintings are part of a series of three, the last one is on the easel as we speak.

Taking Flight by artist Paul D'Arcy

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Newly completed and installed painting for the Potager restaurant in Skerries.
“The Gardener” …. oil on canvas . . . . . 62 X 78 inches

The Gardener by artist Paul D'Arcy

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Great to get a chance talk to the Dublin Lord Mayor Paul Mc Auliffe in Farmleigh House on Saturday about plein air painting and the visual arts.

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