New Limited edition Prints by Jenny McCarthy

Irish contemporary artist Jenny McCarthy has announced the launch of her new Limited edition Prints. Each Print is part of a unique set of 100 and you can choose which number you wish to purchase.  Printed on the highest quality canvas with specialist care, each canvas is stretched by a framing specialist onto hand-made frames.  Your chosen print will be numbered and signed by Jenny with a unique seal of authenticity to ensure its provenance.

Choosing a gallery wrapped finished canvas means there is no need for framing and it is ready to hang in your home. Jenny has opened a new online store at so that art lovers worldwide can now purchase these limited edition versions of her original oil paintings. The website features a film-quality video that beautifully portrays how her work captures the emotional and visual sensations evoked by the breathtaking scenery of west Kerry.

Jenny’s work is sold and appreciated worldwide:
"My grandfather Michael Long grew up in Ventry c. 1900.  Discovering your beautiful and amazing paintings of Ventry Beach are a treasure.  Thank you" Kathleen Daly, USA.

“The Spanish Armada in a heavy seaway is without a doubt one of the best representations I have seen of the sea and it now hangs with pride of place on my wall at home. Thank you Jenny.” Damian Foxall, Volvo Ocean Race.

"I have been working all day on a computer.  Stumbled onto your work, feel like I went for a walk… Thanks, needed that" Stephanie Murphy, Canada.

“Wow, found you through Twitter Jenny and have to say your work is stunning, effortless and visually compelling. You have such an intensity to your work that I find it serenely emotional in places. Love it, love it, love it.” Swarez contemporary art, London.

About Jenny McCarthy:
Jenny McCarthy is an established contemporary Irish artist who lives and works in the remote west Kerry village of Ventry on the very edge of Ireland’s west coast. Jennys’ paintings are oil on canvas and her works include the dramatic scenery where she lives. More technical works such as the Navigator series feature detailed paintings of sailboats and navigational instruments. She employs a limited palette to create a purer result and is influenced by Monet for colour and by Turner, for light. Learn more about Jenny in the online video interview on

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Published on: 2:17PM on 30th June 2012