Selma McCormack - Paintings Galleries

Paintings Galleries:

Selma's collection of paintings is divided below into distinct galleries. You can navigate to view each gallery using the links in the bullet list below.


Painting & Shaping (2009):

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Selma studied painting and sculpture before starting to exhibit her work in the late 1980's. Originally her sculpture consisted of clay and wax modelling and she later exhibited bronze casts of her work. Generally figurative in subject matter, she continues to produce works in bronze, and occasionally in ceramics - especially of the figure in motion and of animal studies.


Capturing Dreams (2008):

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Selma studied painting and sculpture before starting to exhibit her work in the late 1980's. Originally her sculpture consisted of clay and wax modelling and she later exhibited bronze casts of her work. Generally figurative in subject matter, she continues to produce works in bronze, and occasionally in ceramics - especially of the figure in motion and of animal studies.


Russel Gallery (2005):

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Selma studied painting and sculpture before starting to exhibit her work in the late 1980's. Originally her sculpture consisted of clay and wax modelling and she later exhibited bronze casts of her work. Generally figurative in subject matter, she continues to produce works in bronze, and occasionally in ceramics - especially of the figure in motion and of animal studies.


Galway Paintings (2005):

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Selma studied painting and sculpture before starting to exhibit her work in the late 1980's. Originally her sculpture consisted of clay and wax modelling and she later exhibited bronze casts of her work. Generally figurative in subject matter, she continues to produce works in bronze, and occasionally in ceramics - especially of the figure in motion and of animal studies.


Abode in my Soul (2004):

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Selma studied painting and sculpture before starting to exhibit her work in the late 1980's. Originally her sculpture consisted of clay and wax modelling and she later exhibited bronze casts of her work. Generally figurative in subject matter, she continues to produce works in bronze, and occasionally in ceramics - especially of the figure in motion and of animal studies.


Mindscapes (2001):

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In many of these paintings you will see a depth of a realistic picture. There is in them an evocative depth that extends mysteriously beyond the plane of the picture. This depth is most evident and most effective in the diptych called "The Boathouse", with its magical suggestion of water, reflection, and darkness. It is also evident in "Harbour Evening", in "Marakesh" and in "Someplace in St. Anne's". These and other paintings work like revelations.