Hamilton Sloan Paintings now available at ArtIrish.com

For over 20 years I have been fortunate enough to have realized a long standing ambition to paint

full time. Since the launch of my first one-man Exhibition in the Magee Gallery,Belfast in 1993, I have enjoyed a very successful professional career thanks to the Art Buying public.

I am writing this Blog to answer some of the questions I have been asked over the years , and to give some of my background information for those who own any of my work, and also for those who may be thinking of purchasing one of my paintings.

Hope you enjoy...........

The Cottage Coshclady Behind the Cottage The Clady River & Errigal
Hamilton sloan The Artist sporting a donegal tweed coat and hat outside the front door of Cottage Coshclady between Gweedore and Bunbeg county Donegal Hamilton Sloan traditional irish artist at his easel outside painting mount Errigal Hamilton Sloan traditional irish artist wearing donegal tweed coat and hat holding a painting of the clady river and mount Errigal standing in front of the clady river and mount Errigal

Some photographs of myself outside the cottage at Coshclady, Co. Donegal .......one of my most favourite places in the world

The Stragglers Can we go home now Life in the slow lane
water colour painting by Hamilton Sloan of a misty Donegal bog with a shepherd driving a flock ofsheep through the purple heather

oil painting by Hamilton Sloan of cattle dealers and a young boy with cattle at cattle market in Carlingford county louth

traditional irish watercolour painting by hamilton sloan of a man with a bicycle carrying a bucket of water on a country lane leading through a donegal bog

Above left is a watercolour inspired by and depicting that wonderful moment on the bog when the horizon and the sky just merge together in a haze.

Above right is another atmospheric watercolour. Both of these paintings depict a pace of life found in Donegal, and far removed from the bustle of the city.

Centre is a large oil painting, showing cattle dealers in the main street Carlingford Co. Louth.

These paintings are available on www.ArtIrish.com