** COMPETITION TIME **
Win A large, framed, first-edition signed print of my painting ‘A Gentle Swirl’.
This painting won 2 prestigious awards in the RHA Exhibition 2005: The Don Niccolo D’ardia Caracciolo medal and award sponsored by Jorgensen Fine Art; and The ESB Keating McLoughlin medal and prize.
If you would like to enter this competition, simply visit this Facebook page
and like and share the post.
The lucky winner of this stunning print will be announced on Friday the 8th of December.
Also, now is the perfect time to order your prints for Christmas, to allow for framing and delivery.
Below is my latest work – ‘The Long View, Dollymount, Dublin’.
The piece was commissioned by the Clontarf Castle Hotel who wanted a painting to reflect the nearby coastline as an addition to their fantastic art collection. This is the largest painting I have made to date, taking just over two full months of work to complete. It was a joy to create from start to finish ! There was a great reception when the painting was presented and in the words of the hotel owners, “The painting immediately fitted in and dramatically uplifted the area in which it hung”.
It shows a scene vast in space with the familiar colours and light of the Irish coastline. The reflected light bouncing over the rippling surface of the water, the formation of clouds along the horizon of the Dublin mountains with their golden and purple hues – uniquely Irish. The figures immersed in the twinkling seascape evoking memories of childhoods spent by the seaside. The iconic ‘pigeon towers’ at Ringsend can be seen in the distance cutting the horizon. The newer, smaller towers can also be seen to the right of this. This gives a bit of history and times past and present, with both old and new standing together.This painting, set on Dollymount strand, now resides at The Clontarf Castle Hotel.
Regarding other projects,
It has been a fantastic year so far for me as an artist. I have and am currently creating many interesting pieces and am really enjoying working with clients and Gormleys Fine Art Gallery, who have been representing my work so well for the past couple of years.
The addition of selling prints through the website has worked out extremely well with the ease of which they can be ordered and the quality of the printed images of my work being of a very high standard. A great idea for Christmas presents coming into the festive season for those who enjoy my work.
I am pleased to announce that I am now offering Limited Edition Giclee prints of my artwork for sale. The prints are signed and limited to an exclusive run of 100 prints per image (the image will not be reproduced again). These prints are of the highest quality and created on archival quality Hahnemuhle German etching paper, 310 gsm, using pigment inks.
I have included 9 sample images below, all images displayed on my website are also available. If you wish to take a look please visit www.ronangoti.com – The prints can be purchased through my website.
Small prints [20″] – €200 (€300 framed)
Medium prints [28″] – €300 (€420 framed)
Large prints [36″] – €400 (€540 framed)
Delivery (unframed) €5.00 worldwide
To order a printed artwork simply visit www.ronangoti.com
Please allow up to seven days for delivery.
Below ; an example of a medium sized print framed.
There are two new things to tell you about in this latest edition of my newsletter. Firstly, I am extremely proud of my new, just finished, painting ‘Surface of Light’ which is now on display in Gormleys Fine Art Gallery. The gallery now occupies a wonderful new space two doors up from previous premises.
Working on the painting ‘Surface of Light’.
‘Surface of Light’ – oil on canvas – 66cm x 94cm – SOLD.
‘Surface of Light’ in the new Gormleys Fine Art gallery.
Secondly I am very excited to receive word that, another painting of mine, ‘Light and Water’ has been accepted into this years 186th Royal Hibernian Academy Exhibition. This Exhibition is returning to its original time of year in-line with commemorations of the 1916 Easter Rising. It opens this Monday evening from 6pm to 8pm and continues until 11 June. Opening hours are detailed on The RHA website www.rhagallery.ie
A nice letter received through the post!
Working on ‘Light and Water’
The finished piece:
‘Light & Water’ – oil on canvas – 66.5cm x 94cm – 2016 – SOLD.
It is well worth taking a trip into Gormleys to view the work in their new Gallery and visit The RHA from Monday onwards to see the 186th Annual Exhibition.
Opening Hours: Mon to Sat: 10am – 5.30pm