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Offer of the month.

July 11th, 2012

Offer of the month.

Offer of the month!!!!!!! Summer In The Shire.
I am often asked whether I have any original art works for sale at lower prices, the simple answer is normally no; as all my work pretty much sells. Please see:- http://www.festivalartandbooks.com/ for latest works and visit the online shop.


However, I thought it would be nice and a way to say thank you to visitors to my Blog, Facebook and Twitter accounts to try and produce a piece of work for under £100 each month, time allowing. Please check current work for sale above for details, this offer is open to all visitors and its a case of first come first served.

Festival In The Shire

May 8th, 2012

Festival In The Shire

Festival In The Shire have been kind enough to endorse my latest artwork which is a great honor as they promote some of my favorite Tolkien artists. See the link below via Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Festival-in-the-Shire-A-celebration-of-all-things-Tolkien-inspired/149452046749

Tom Bombadil Tolkien inspired art

April 26th, 2012

Tom Bombadil Tolkien inspired art

Tom Bombadil:
Hey dol! merry dol! ring a dong dillo!
Ring a dong! hop along! fal lal the willow!
Tom Bom, jolly Tom, Tom Bombadillo!

A customers review on ordering through Fineart America

April 26th, 2012

A customers review on ordering through Fineart America

Hello all,

If I could kindly you ask you to take the time to visit the following link it would be very much appreciated. It details Laura's (from a customers perspective) experiences of ordering some of my artwork in print format through Fineart America. She has gone to so much trouble and time and it is really a fantastic review.

http://laurajeangriffiths.blogspot.com.es/2012/04/jrr-tolkien-inspired-art-by-joe.html?spref=bl

Concerning Hobbits

April 24th, 2012

Concerning Hobbits

“As for the Hobbits of the Shire, with whom these tales are concerned, in the days of their peace and prosperity they were a merry folk. They dressed in bright colours, being notably fond of yellow and green; but they seldom wore shoes, since their feet had tough leathery soles and were clad in a thick curling hair.”

-J.R.R. Tolkien, Prologue, Fellowship of the Ring

Black Riders Tolkien

April 11th, 2012

Black Riders Tolkien

End of day sketch. The Nazgul (Black Riders) wore their rings so long that their physical forms faded entirely, invisible to mortal eyes. Their black robes gave them visible form.

Tom Bombadil

April 6th, 2012

Tom Bombadil

Current work in progress, Tom Bombadil..........................

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Old Man Russett and Young Springberry quick stride.. Two original works based on Ents, the ancient shepherds of the forest immortalized by J.R.R Tolkien.

April 5th, 2012

Old Man Russett and Young Springberry quick stride.. Two original works based on Ents, the ancient shepherds of the forest immortalized by J.R.R Tolkien.

tolkien, the lord of the rings, hobbit, landscape, moria, gandalf, legolas, gimili, oil painting, art, original, joe gilronan, the fellowship of the ring, fantasy, mythical, http://joegilronanlordoftherings.blogspot.com strider, aragorn, boromir, moria, lake, bill the pony, bilbo, frodo, sam, merry, pippin, images, the grey havens, dungeons and dragons, wicca, pagan, wizard, druid, witchcraft, middle earth, isengard, blog, art site, facebook, artist, tolkien artists, tolkien work

Mordor

March 24th, 2012

Mordor

End of day sketch/doodle. Sam in Orc armour trudges towards Mount doom.

Current work for sale. The Shire Tolkien inspired art

March 22nd, 2012

Current work for sale. The Shire Tolkien inspired art

The Shire (Haymaking the last harvest).

The Lord Of The Rings Tolkien Inspired Art. The painting shows a time when all seems well in the shire, Merry and Pippin can be seen in the foreground sharing beer and smoking Old Tobby, smoke rings and chatting are the order of the day. Farmer Maggot oversees the stoors in haymaking alongside the fertile farmlands of the Brandywine River, one of his trusty dogs Wolf sits by his side. But all is not as it seems, the traveler (from Bree) on the pony is telling of dark goings on in the shire and of strange folk abroad; Mrs Maggot can be seen leaning on the gate eager for gossip.

The Shire is a region of J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth, described in The Lord of the Rings and other works. The Shire refers to an area settled exclusively by Hobbits and largely removed from the goings-on in the rest of Middle-earth.


This is a rare opportunity to purchase an original oil painting on quality canvas by Tolkien artist J.Gilronan.

Find further details at:- http://news.mymiddle-earth.net/2012/01/30/the-tolkien-inspired-art-of-joe-gilronan/
http://joegilronanlordoftherings.blogspot.com/
http://joe-gilronan.artistwebsites.com/

Please note that the work is for sale on various sites and its a case of first come first served. Any questions please don't hesitate to e-mail me at r.gilronan@yahoo.com

Price:- £360 including postage to Europe/USA . (rest of the world please contact me for details)

Size:- 20 x 28 inches

PAYPAL ONLY PLEASE

 

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