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Artist Contact Page: Ren Creative Works | Fine Art by Adrian Reynolds
I understand the difficulties you face in navigating the art world, but I am here to help.
I also have a thorough understanding of what it takes to make great art. So, get in contact today, say hello, and do not be a stranger.
Let me know what you are looking for, and I will suggest some ways for you to obtain your ideal piece of art. With over thirty years of expertise in a variety of industries, I will help you realise your vision by utilising my proven artistic talents and skills. I will design a one-of-a-kind and exclusive piece for you to be proud of.
Please contact me if you want a more personalised design! I hope you appreciate my shop and find something to suit your needs!
Finally, I would like to thank all of my loyal customers for their business, which is greatly appreciated, because this would not be possible without their support.
Creative Consultant Services
Ren Creative Works provides a wide range of design-related consulting services to creative professionals and small businesses. We can assist you with your branding and marketing needs, from a new logo to a new website, social media strategy, or brand guidelines.
I would love to hear from you. Get in touch with me today and let us collaborate to create something incredible!
Ren Creative Works has over thirty years of experience and is equipped with the knowledge and skills to tackle any design challenge.
How Do I Contact an Artist?
Due to the nature of my work, it’s sometimes difficult to answer the telephone (for example, if my hands are covered in paint or resin, or I am using power tools). If I miss your call, please leave a message and I will get back to you.
For this reason, I recommend using the form and filling it out with any questions that you may have, and I will contact you within one  business day using the email address that you provide.
You can be assured that I won’t give your information to any third parties for marketing purposes.
I look forward to hearing from you.
- Ren Creative Works DOES NOT promote any link scheme, paid links, link exchange or any other attempt to manipulate any search engines.
- Individuals engaging in any form of cybercrime, fraud or deception WILL NOT be entertained.
Respectfully, please do not contact me if this is your intention!
Ren Creative Works is located at 76a Maryville Rd, Clontarf East, Raheny, Co. Dublin, D05 FK13.
Because I run the studio out of my home, customers have the option of curbside pick-ups on weekends and evenings.
Please note, all pickups are by appointment only.
Raheny (Ráth Eanaigh – Irish) is a contemporary, busy coastal suburb on Dublin’s north side, halfway between the city and Howth. It was first documented in 570 CE and is built over the ruins of a medieval community.
Residents of Raheny have access to a variety of amenities, such as Saint Anne’s Park and North Bull Island. Saint Anne’s Park, formerly a Guinness family estate where their classical order mansion once stood, is now a 240-acre municipal park in Dublin that forms a green belt around the city’s seashore. Bull Island is a low-lying, sand-covered spit in Dublin Bay off the city’s north shore and a National Nature Reserve. It is ideal for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts, as well as those who enjoy wandering and taking in the scenery.
Raheny used to be a rural village bordered by private estates, small farms, and laborer’s cottages. It remained mostly untouched until the 1950s, when new housing developments, schools, churches, and businesses were built to accommodate the rising population. However, Raheny retains its historical village ambience with its intact eighteenth and nineteenth century houses, churches, and railway station.
Raheny train station was built as part of the Dublin-Drogheda Railway. It opened on May 24, 1844, at a cost of £320. The day before the official opening, two special trains carrying 600 passengers, including ‘The Liberator’ Daniel O’Connell, journeyed from Dublin to Drogheda, pausing for a banquet in Raheny on the return route.
The Crescent Cottages are a group of eight cottages arranged in a crescent shape on Station Road near the village center. The cottages were erected in and around 1790 by Samuel Dick, a linen merchant and Bank of Ireland governor, as lodgings for his workers on his neighboring estate, Violet Hill. Lord Ardilaun renovated them for £375 in 1879. The Cottages, which are among the oldest houses in Raheny and are an important component of the community’s cultural identity, have remained largely unchanged since their construction.
Adrian Reynolds is a Dublin based abstract artist. His paintings are a response to the world that surrounds us. A world that is changing faster than ever before. His work is an exploration of colour, form and texture, placing his work at the intersection between abstraction and representation. His work has been featured in Ireland, the UK and the US.