Paul D’Arcy is a renowned Irish painter and sculptor based in the seaside town of Skerries, Ireland.
Paul’s work can be found in public collections , corporate collections and private collections in Ireland and further afield.
Paintings by Paul D’Arcy can be divided into three main categories; surreal paintings, traditional landscape and portrait painting. Oil painting on canvas is his preferred medium. Artwork currently available for sale can be viewed in the Gallery.
As a sculptor, Paul’s work is mainly project-based, consisting of pieces commissioned by private, local community, architects and corporate clients. He sculpts in limestone, timber and modified concrete as well as bronze.
RTE 1 Nationwide
Television programme from Ireland’s premier broadcaster, about Paul D’Arcy and his stone sculpture of 1916 Irish hero Thomas Ashe.
Paul D’Arcy was born in Dublin, Ireland and spent his childhood in South Africa and Namibia. Paul has been working as a full time artist for the past thirty years. He has travelled extensively throughout Europe, India, Australia and New Zealand. As an artist he attended NCAD & DCAD art colleges in Dublin studying fine arts. He also spent time in the National Gallery of Ireland during the 1980’s copying artwork from its collection. His artwork is in many private and corporate collections both in Ireland and abroad.