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Each Brush Stroke combines to complete the master work of any artist. This cool white lightens any space.
The delicate white flowers of the strawberry plant announce the immiment arrival of the sweet fruit.
Come stroll along the Canal Path, the loose stone beneath your feet and the weeping willows at your side, to find this colour all around.
As it creeps and grows, the Ivy knots together into a beautiful shade of muted green.
The secluded fens of Ireland exhibit these marsh green hues.
The mossy, green fields of Ireland are home to many a Rare Breed. Having travelled the world, Patrick Palmer uses his rare talent to bring livestock to life in his paintings, which are filled with Irish colour and light.
Reflecting the shafts of sunlight between the trees, the Wild Moss that carpets the forest floor ranges from a bright to a dark, rich green.
Ireland, known throughout history as the land of Saints and Scholars, renowned also for rich, pure greens.
This namesake is known for his colourful and vivid language: what better colour than this animated lime green for his tribute.
The salty air and sweeping sand of Inchidony is where you will find this seaweed-green dotted along the shore.
Famous Irish tales are known as ‘Spinning a Yarn’ — this native wool inspired colour creates its own tale.
Find this flower-inspired colour inhabiting the woodland margins, hedgerows and shady places of Ireland.
This pale green stirs memories of the first growth of grass on the pastures of rolling Irish landscapes.
From the hedgerows and the wildflowers sprouts this youthful green.
A famous day in Ireland celebrating bravery and spirit, reflected in this bold and confident green.
The city gardens of Dublin are home to the mesmerising wings of the moth, and other night creatures. Moth Collar is a botanical green carefully recreated, stitch by stitch, into Jill De Búrca’s fashion pieces. She channels her global experience, using her traditional Irish Singer Embroidery machine, to produce distinctive designs.
Irish folklore tells of picking a Dock Leaf to cure a nettle sting — a great comfort, like this earthen, warm green.
The striking green of the local Fisherman’s Boat contrasts with the deep waters of Ireland’s canals and lakes.
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