Artist Neal Greig
Neal Greig is a renowned Irish artist being in born in Belfast in 1965. At an early age he identified his need to peruse his creative passions. His vision and talent took him to the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland, where he graduated with a B.A. (Hons) in Fine Art in 1987. His desire to hone his talent lead him to completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Art in 1990, and his unique talent provided him with the Andrew Grant Scholarship to realize this.
Over the years his career excelled and attracted many awards included the coveted Pollock-Frasner Foundation Award. The widow of Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner established this foundation for the sole purpose of recognising highly talented artists, such as Neal.
His passion to share his experiences and talents has lead Neal to hold workshops and host budding artists to share his scenic inspirations and provide a magically location for his students to learn, paint and experience life as he does. Learn to paint or perfect your technique by working with Neal. The workshops are designed to accommodate the novice through to the aspiring artist. The workshops are hosted in the beautiful Village of Glaslough, County Monaghan. Limited spaces available.
His workshops cover: landscape painting in oils or acrylics, an introduction to the materials and 'Plein Air'painting techniques.
Materials can be provided.
Cost €35 euros per morning or €65 euros per day (minimum requirement of two people).