Welcome to my website.
I hope you enjoy my work and find something to interest you.
I am a self-taught painter and work with acrylics.
I began to paint seriously around 2010 and aspire to continuously develop and improve. I have depicted images of my local Irish landscapes, seascapes, Derry street scenes and also enjoy the challenge of portraiture.
I am offering two options to purchase my limited edition prints, as follows-
Unmounted limited edition giclee prints of my artwork (size A3), which will be individually numbered, signed and posted along with a certificate of authenticity in a cylindrical postage tube - this gives the buyer the freedom to select framing options and keeps costs down.
Please note that frames to fit these prints are available in any good picture frame retail outlet (I suggest 40cm x 50cm with picture mount included).
Mounted limited edition giclee prints of my artwork (size A4), which are signed, numbered, mounted using acid-free mount and mount board and packed in a clear resealable polythene bag. The frame requirement when mounted is 30cm x 40cm (again this is a common frame size).
Simply click on any image for details of purchase options and prices.
Postage to UK and Republic of Ireland is included.
I only use the finest quality Epson or Marrutt archival art papers and authentic Epson and Marrutt inks to produce my prints, whilst keeping costs to a minimum.
As an alternative to buying the "print only" option online, I also work as a mobile street trader in Derry where you can purchase both sizes of mounted prints - presented on an acid-free backboard and sealed in a clear plastic cover.
You can find me with my "Art Cart" on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays (weather permitting) and my trading areas are along the riverside path (Sainsburys to the Peace Bridge) or around Newmarket Street.
In addition to mounted & signed art prints, I also sell unique calendars, postcards, fridge magnets and bookmarks depicting my artwork.
Please feel free to contact me if you want any further information.
I hope to see you soon.
Paul Cavanagh Art