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All my art is FOR SALE to anywhere in the world. Please email me at erarerf1@eircom.net .

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'The Story of a HSP' is the most personal work I've ever done. TO put your whole personality down in a work is really leaving yourself exposed. A few years ago I discovered Elaine Aron and her research into the Highly Sensitive Person and it was like she was reading my mind and telling me my life history. I could relate so much to everything she was saying in her brilliant book and on the YouTube videos she has online. Some people don't understand what HSPs are and I saw Brendan O'Connor in The Sunday Independent a while back trying to make fun of the whole concept. He wasn't getting what a HSP is about at all. He's one of these people who have preconceived notions of what to be 'sensitive' is (i.e. weak, cowardly, etc, etc, etc) and he rolled with his false notions. He should read the book before he goes making a fool of himself. This is the print that I have sold the most so far because obviously other people can relate to it too. The Story of a HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM
  • Listening to: all genres from the 70s til today
  • Reading: the words on the screen
  • Watching: time go by .Tick tock....it's after midnight
  • Playing: my playlist called 'emotional stuff'
  • Eating: Nothing just now.
  • Drinking: Nothing at present.

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DONALD TRUMP
DONALD TRUMP
ACRYLICS ON A STRETCHED CANVAS, UNFRAMED
50CM BY 70CM (19.5" BY 27.5" APPROX)


8 YEARS AGO I PAINTED BARACK OBAMA (and what a disappointment he turned out to be)....... Barack O' Bama by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM


I also painted MIKE PENCE...... MIKE PENCE by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM
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MIKE PENCE
MIKE PENCE
ACRYLICS ON A STRETCHED CANVAS, UNFRAMED
50CM BY 70CM (19" BY 27.5" APPROX)

8 years ago I painted Barack Obama (and what a disappointment he turned out to be)..... Barack O' Bama by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM


I also painted Donald Trump here...... DONALD TRUMP by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM
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THE CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING MULLINGAR
THE CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE KING, MULLINGAR, CO. WESTMEATH, IRELAND 
Acrylics on a stretched canvas, unframed

This is the other painting I did of this cathedral....fav.me/darmwmr
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ABORTION ENSLAVES WOMEN
ABORTION ENSLAVES WOMEN 

www.standtrue.com/abortion-ens…

LET'S NOT REPEAL THE 8TH.
THE 8TH AMENDMENT IN IRELAND PROTECTS BOTH MOTHERS AND BABIES.
There is a huge push by the media in Ireland to introduce abortion here. The media bias is incredible. The z list celebrities - models, comedians. actors all in on the act are despicable. The American billionaire George Soros was recently found (by leaks not by the media) to be funding the "repeal the 8th" campaign and the media ignored it all. 
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WHAT I SEE EVERY TIME I SEE A ''REPEAL'' TOP
LET'S NOT REPEAL THE 8TH.
THE 8TH AMENDMENT IN IRELAND PROTECTS BOTH MOTHERS AND BABIES.
There is a huge push by the media in Ireland to introduce abortion here. The media bias is incredible. The z list celebrities - models, comedians. actors all in on the act are despicable. The American billionaire George Soros was recently found (by leaks not by the media) to be funding the "repeal the 8th" campaign and the media ignored it all. 
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IF THE SO CALLED MARCH FOR CHOICE WAS HONEST
IF THE SO CALLED MARCH FOR CHOICE WAS HONEST

LET'S NOT REPEAL THE 8TH.
THE 8TH AMENDMENT IN IRELAND PROTECTS BOTH MOTHERS AND BABIES.
There is a huge push by the media in Ireland to introduce abortion here. The media bias is incredible. The z list celebrities - models, comedians. actors all in on the act are despicable. The American billionaire George Soros was recently found (by leaks not by the media) to be funding the "repeal the 8th" campaign and the media ignored it all. 
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LET'S NOT REPEAL THE 8TH
LET'S NOT REPEAL THE 8TH.
THE 8TH AMENDMENT IN IRELAND PROTECTS BOTH MOTHERS AND BABIES.
There is a huge push by the media in Ireland to introduce abortion here. The media bias is incredible. The z list celebrities - models, comedians. actors all in on the act are despicable. The American billionaire George Soros was recently found (by leaks not by the media) to be funding the "repeal the 8th" campaign and the media ignored it all. 
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'The Story of a HSP' is the most personal work I've ever done. TO put your whole personality down in a work is really leaving yourself exposed. A few years ago I discovered Elaine Aron and her research into the Highly Sensitive Person and it was like she was reading my mind and telling me my life history. I could relate so much to everything she was saying in her brilliant book and on the YouTube videos she has online. Some people don't understand what HSPs are and I saw Brendan O'Connor in The Sunday Independent a while back trying to make fun of the whole concept. He wasn't getting what a HSP is about at all. He's one of these people who have preconceived notions of what to be 'sensitive' is (i.e. weak, cowardly, etc, etc, etc) and he rolled with his false notions. He should read the book before he goes making a fool of himself. This is the print that I have sold the most so far because obviously other people can relate to it too. The Story of a HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) by wwwEAMONREILLYdotCOM
  • Listening to: all genres from the 70s til today
  • Reading: the words on the screen
  • Watching: time go by .Tick tock....it's after midnight
  • Playing: my playlist called 'emotional stuff'
  • Eating: Nothing just now.
  • Drinking: Nothing at present.
One of my favourite artists (along with Picasso and Munch) is Vincent Van Gogh.
He's one of my inspirations. Here are some facts about him.

1. His work is colourful, exciting, positive and very unique.
2. He was very prolific in his art career. He started late enough and died tragically at the age of 37 but left a big body of big beautiful priceless paintings.
3. He never sold many paintings while he was alive. Some say he only sold one. It was only years after he died that his work was appreciated.
4. Even though he never sold many paintings he kept painting anyway. It was as if he just KNEW that his work would be appreciated one day.
5. His Brother Theo Van Gogh believed in Vincent when nobody else did. Vincent was in contact with Theo by mail no matter where he was living and Theo financed all his canvases and other painting materials.
6. Though he suffered from mental anguish in his short life it seems he got great relief from painting and even painted several works from his hospital room and the Hospital grounds.
7. Sadly when Vincent Van Gogh died tragically at the very young age of 37, Theo only lived one year longer than Vincent did.
8. Van Gogh is one of the best known and best loved painters in the world today.
9. His paintings break records whenever they end up for sale.
  • Listening to: all genres from the 70s til today
  • Reading: the words on the screen
  • Watching: time go by .Tick tock....it's after midnight
  • Playing: my playlist called 'emotional stuff'
  • Eating: Nothing just now.
  • Drinking: Nothing at present.
It isn't easy being an artist. Most of us are starving artists that have to try and get jobs so that we can eat and drink, keep warm and live and, if we can find them at all, those jobs keep us away from what we love doing and those jobs tire us out and we can't get doing what we love doing and were born to do in the first place- creating art.
In a perfect world some rich person would love everything we do and contact us and tell us that they'll give us a decent weekly wage (average industrial wage would do me nicely) if we promise to create lots of great art. They will give us total artistic freedom of course. They might give us very rough guidelines of what they would like just to guide us. They could keep all the art I create. I don't want to be rich. I just want to do what I love doing and be able to do it forever. 
We could achieve 'flow' every day as we are free from long hours in soul-destroying dead-beat jobs, starvation, bills, the cold and abject poverty. We could create works from morning to night gaining confidence and power as we work getting better and better and the work we do is almost effortless and the subconscious takes over........as we change the world and create awareness and change perceptions and comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable and...........

Any wealthy art lovers out there reading this???
Any of my fellow artists agree with the above?
  • Listening to: all genres from the 70s til today
  • Reading: the words on the screen
  • Watching: time go by .Tick tock....it's after midnight
  • Playing: my playlist called 'emotional stuff'
  • Eating: Nothing just now.
  • Drinking: Nothing at present.
I often think Picasso had such a great life. I have to say first that I know he treated his women terribly, was very selfish and thoughtless in many ways. He kept cheating on all his lovely, beautiful women and broke many hearts in his lifetime and caused wreckage as he went along. And that's nothing to celebrate. Not to mention all the children he has who were all badly affected by all of this. Plus when it comes to his beloved bullfighting, well, I'm on the side of the bull every time. But artistically he must have lived with constant 'flow' twenty four hours a day and seven days a week. He was ground-breaking and daring and it all paid off. He created thousands of works - paintings, sculptures, ceramics, metal work, etc. He painted the sets in theatres. Everything he did was adored by both the critics and the public. Imagine what that must have been like. He had his own dealer who bought all his art and he was a superstar in his own lifetime. Poor VanGogh (who was very prolific also) was never recognised in his own lifetime. Munch hadn't a great time either. Gaughin died in poverty.  But Picasso could do no wrong. And he created and painted every day until he died in his 90s. 
  • Listening to: all genres from the 70s til today
  • Reading: the words on the screen
  • Watching: time go by .Tick tock....it's after midnight
  • Playing: my playlist called 'emotional stuff'
  • Eating: Nothing just now.
  • Drinking: Nothing at present.
GRIZZLY BEAR
GRIZZLY BEAR 
Acrylics on 300 gsm paper , unframed
16" by 20" 
Please buy a print here or the original on www.eamonreilly.com so that I can continue to create art for you....

Appearance

Most adult female grizzlies weigh 130–180 kg (290–400 lb), while adult males weigh on average 180–360 kg (400–790 lb). Average total length in this subspecies is 198 cm (6.50 ft), with an average shoulder height of 102 cm (3.35 ft) and hindfoot length of 28 cm (11 in).[16] Newborn bears may weigh less than 500 grams (1.1 lb). In the Yukon Riverarea, mature female grizzlies can weigh as little as 100 kg (220 lb). One study found that the average weight for an inland male grizzly was around 272 kilograms (600 lb) and the average weight for a coastal male was around 408 kilograms (900 lb). For a female, these average weights would be 136 kilograms (300 lb) inland and 227 kilograms (500 lb) coastal, respectively.[17] On the other hand, an occasional huge male grizzly has been recorded which greatly exceeds ordinary size, with weights reported up to 680 kg (1,500 lb).[18] A large coastal male of this size may stand up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) tall on its hind legs and be up to 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) at the shoulder.[19]

Although variable in color from blond to nearly black, grizzly bear fur is typically brown with darker legs and commonly white or blond tipped fur on the flank and back.[20] A pronounced hump appears on their shoulders; the hump is a good way to distinguish a grizzly bear from a black bear, as black bears do not have this hump. Aside from the distinguishing hump a grizzly bear can be identified by a "dished in" profile of their face with short, rounded ears, whereas a black bear has a straight face profile and longer ears.[21] A grizzly bear can also be identified by its rump, which is lower than its shoulders, while a black bear's rump is higher.[21] A grizzly bear's front claws measure about 2-4 inches in length and a black bear's measure about 1-2 inches in length.[21]


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SEIZE THE DAY
SEIZE THE DAY
Acrylics on 300gsm paper, unframed
12" by 16" 
Please buy the original on www.eamonreilly.com or a print on here--------------->
Sometimes I do two similar painting at the same time. This is one of them......
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HAS THE UK ABORTED IT'S CONSCIENCE???
HAS THE UK ABORTED IT'S CONSCIENCE
Acrylics on a framed canvas, unframed 
20" by 27" approx 
In Ireland we are sick of being told how 'embarrased' and 'ashamed' Briton Graham Linehan is of Ireland's pro-life laws. He says our laws are 'barbaric'. Yet since 1967 in the UK all of the above is happening. He has helped disgraced former 'human-rights' group AMNESTY to try and legalise abortion in Ireland. The fundamental right is the right to life. The unborn are the most vulnerable people on the planet. 

Here are the links BUT go search for the truth yourselves.....

180,000 – 200,000 babies aborted annually in UK…..www.gov.uk/government/uploads/…

HAVING AN ABORTION DOUBLES THE RISK OF SEVERE MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS…www.dailymail.co.uk/health/art…

ABORTION BEING USED AS A LATE CONTRACEPTIVE www.dailymail.co.uk/health/art…

REPEATED ABORTIONS www.telegraph.co.uk/news/healt…

95% of babies with Down Syndrome are aborted in the UK….. www.lifesitenews.com/news/abor…

ABORTED BABIES BURNT TO FUEL HOSPITALS IN THE UK www.independent.co.uk/life-sty…

Gender-Selection Abortions in the UK…..www.telegraph.co.uk/news/polit…

UK BABIES ABORTED BECAUSE THEY HAVE CLEFT PALATES www.lifesitenews.com/news/uk-e…

UK abortion clinics breaking the law…….www.lifesitenews.com/news/1-5-…

THE BPAS WANT ABORTION ON DEMAND UP UNTIL BIRTH!!!.......www.righttolife.org.uk/comment…

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RELENTLESS SPIRIT
RELENTLESS SPIRIT
Acrylics on 300 gsm paper
20" BY 16"
Sometimes I do two similar paintings at the same time....this is one of them. 
PLEASE buy the original on www.eamonreilly.com or a print on here ------>
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Best wishes on your Have your cake and eat it too !
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Thanks very much. 😊👍🍰🍔🍕😀
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Thank you for the fav :)
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Thanks for the fav!
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Hi, 

Just wanted to say thank you for the nice welcome and comment on my profile and for the add to your favorites. That's really nice of you. 
Browsed your gallery and I really enjoyed your art. 
Thanks again and have a great one. 
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You're welcome. 🎨 🖍👍😄
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Thank you for the fave, and for drawing my attention to your
incredible work!
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You're too kind. Keep making the great art. :)
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Thanks for the fave
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Thanks for the fav!! <3
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