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Kevin Roche

Kevin Roche

Artist's Statement The natural world provides an unlimited supply of light and colour and ever changing scenes. It is from this world that I draw inspiration for my paintings, blending natural scenes with my own ideas. I like a painting to be full of contrast: bold colours, dramatic lights and darks, and everything from bare canvas to rich impasto. Combining thin brush layers and thick palette knife stokes is my speciality, and gives paintings extra depth and an almost sculpture-like quality. Oil paints are my medium of choice due to their richness and the range of effects it is possible to create with them. I have always been interested in the work of great impressionist painters such as Monet, and this is strongly reflected in the bold, colourful strokes of my own paintings. Other influences include Irish artists such as Jack B Yeats and Liam O’ Neill. Both of these artists use the highly textured impasto technique, which I have always enjoyed. Collections The state art collection, Taoiseach’s office UTV (Ulster Television) collection Texaco Ireland collection Somers High school, New York Private Collections

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Windswept  From Tara Hill looking toward Sliabh Bhui with some of Gory Town visible in front of the..
Wexford Harbour - SOLD
Oil on Deep Edge Canvas 30 cm x 40cm..
Sunburst - Brittas Bay - Sold
Another day bursts into existance over Brittas Bay, Co. Wiclow.  Oil on canvas 95 x 95cm ..
Sold - Crashing Colour
"Crashing Colour" Oil on canvas, this spectacular work by Kevin draws the viewer into the waves and ..
Sold - Coastal Colours
Coastal Colours from Tara Hill, Co Wexford looking over Seafield Hotel and Courtown Oil on canvas f..
Cutting the Waves
Abstract oil on canvas.  Inspired by the cliff walk between Bray & Greystones.  34cm x..
Changeable Weather
Oil on bespoke 3D canvas & framed as shown. 77cm x 37cm ..


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