Welcome to our gallery. Enjoy this inspirational journey through the historic old city and county of Dublin, home of literary giants such as Joyce, Yeats, Beckett, Heaney, of revolutionaries and renowned artists. Experience the magic of streetscapes and landscapes where past and present come together harmoniously in beautifully crafted images. Tommy's lens captures the atmosphere of this ancient Viking Capital of Ireland, taking images of the everyday to the level of the abstract and the imaginative.
A native of Dublin's Northside, the artist interprets the timeless charm of city and county in the intimate way that reflects his passion for his native place. You will be moved by this collection of Dublin landmarks. It also includes a beautiful tribute to Dublin's National Botanic Gardens, showing the constantly changing face of this serene oasis at the heart of the old city.
These are limited edition Giclee prints, limited to 50 impressions per image per size. There are 3 sizes A3, A2 and A1. The images are printe dusing archival inks and printed on the finest Art quality photographic paper to guarantee fade free longevity if displayed under normal viewing conditions. All prints are signed, titles and unmbered by hand by the artist.
If you live locally in Dublin and want to order an image and avoid the postal costs, why not ring, order direct and collect yourself? Call us on 087 230 9947.
All images will be stamped, personally titled and signed by hand by the artist.
"Tommy Clancy has an eye for detail. He's a top-class photographer. Do yourself a favour, see his marvellous images."
- The Evening Herald
"Tommy's evocative black and white images of the garden's landscape perfectly capture the timeless beauty and charm of Dublin's 'Brightest Jewel'..."
- Matthew Jebb, Director, National Botanic Gardens
"I love Tommy Clancy’s work for its clarity and its imaginative honesty of vision."
- Writer, Poet & Broadcaster Theo Dorgan
"Tommy Clancy is a patient observer of the everyday. His photographs of Dublin draw attention to the beauty in places and things we pass by without noticing. The focus of his work reflects a unique knowledge of Dublin and its 'ordinary plenty'."
- Lisa Moran, Arts Curator