Welcome to Rod Coyne's artist's home page
Rod Coyne's "Secrets of the Palette Knife" DVD - A guide to landscape painting in the beautiful Vale of Avoca
Rod Coyne's Notes for your Calendar:
“1916 Centenary Portraits Collection”
Tel: 0402 38529 | courthousearts.ie
“My Place on Canvas” Book Launch 2016
Telephone: 0402-35555, Mobile: 087-225 9680
AVOCA PAINTING SCHOOL
Studio Art Classes, Painting Holidays and Outdoor Workshops in the Garden of Ireland
Details and booking available at: http://avocagallery.com/events/
Avoca Studio Gallery is a “clicks and mortar gallery”
Please visit online shop for original paintings.
We will be adding new works on an ongoing basis
“I have enjoyed Rod's work for many years now firstly as a collector and later as an art dealer and gallery owner. Rod is one of the major talents currently painting in Ireland. He has a truly unique and individual way of... More >
now available at the Avoca Gallery:
Buy Gift Certificate online at avocagallery.com to redeem in our new Online Shop.
Visitors no longer need to worry about getting their new canvas home,
Rod will crate and ship it.
Rod Coyne's landscape paintings are strongly influenced by past masters such as Claude Monet, William Turner, James Whistler and his namesake Roderick O'Conor.
Rod had the fortune to study under contemporary artists and Aosdana members, Barrie Cooke, Gwen O’Dowd and Dermot Seymour.
Drawing on these diverse influences Coyne has gone on to create an individual and celebrated style and his paintings grace private and corporate collections, at home and abroad.
Rod now lives in County Wicklow, Ireland where he founded the Avoca Studio Gallery.
Rod Coyne | Avoca Studio Gallery, Knockanode, Avoca, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
email email@example.com | phone +353-402-35555
Last update 10th December 2015
Please click here for
Art Classes in the
Garden of Ireland
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for Skellig Brothers
Thursday 30th April 2009
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Coyne's landscapes are
a labour of love
By Ros Drinkwater
"The first time I set eyes on
Rod Coyne he was painting
plein air on a cliff top..."
Sunday Business Post, May 10th, 2009.
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Rod on the Radio
in interview with Declan Mehan
The Morning Show, East Coast FM,
May 5th, 2009