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  • Artisan frames - Irish Framing specialists catering for all tastes and styles .
  • Buildings of Ireland - The website of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage containing thousands of images of buildings from all over Ireland.
  • Dublin Arts Council - dedicated to enriching the community by striving to provide the highest caliber arts and arts education experiences.
  • Fairbrook House - Museum of Contemporary Figurative Art and Gardens, in Waterford, Ireland.
  • Gallery of Photography - Ireland's premier venue for photography. gallery, classes, facilities, and publications.
  • Irish Photographers' Website - A directory of photographers, searchable by areas of specialisation and county. Includes a forum, news & links.
  • Irish Photographic Federation - Including details of the club website, meetings, competitions and awards and contact information.
  • Julie Douglas - Offering weekly and weekend art courses in a beautifully situated studio, overlooking Lough Graney and the mountains beyond.
  • Kinsale Pottery and Arts Centre - Provides arts and crafts courses for adults and children, specialising in pottery, art, drawing and painting, glass fusing & more.
  • Mandy Dale Art - Mandy Dale is a watercolour artist from Myrtleville, Co Cork, Ireland. She specialises in landscapes, seascapes, birds & animals.
  • National Museum of Ireland - The nation's premier cultural institution & that with the strongest emphasis on Ireland's art, material culture & natural history.
  • Rod Coyne - Website of Rod Coyne, specilaizes in medium acrylics on canvas or paper and work from life, sourcing landscapes and seascapes.
  • Stephen Dee - Works in miniature, sculpting individual figures and scenes for a variety of galleries and private clients.
  • The Art Teachers Association - The Art Teachers Association of Ireland is a national association with regional branches. Its purpose is to link art teachers from all parts of the country, socially and professionally.
  • The Hunt Museum - Exhibiting one of Ireland's greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century.
  • The Visual Arts Centre - It was the first artists studio co-operative of it's kind in Ireland. Cecily Brennan, Eithne Jordan, Teresa McKenna and Gwen O'Dowd were centrally involved in it's formation and development.
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