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   Pip Biagi

West Cork Artist


Pip Biagi 3
Watering Can    Acrylic on acrylic paper          





I am a self-taught artist who only started to
take painting and drawing seriously since
moving to West Cork.

Having spent the first 10 years here bringing
up my daughter, building my house and
creating a beautiful garden,
I now have more time to experiment with my
artwork, which is constantly evolving.

I have always enjoyed drawing horses, for
which I use soft, waxy pencils that allow me
to add more detail, but lately I've become
interested in painting in Acrylics and in mixed
media.

I am happy to receive commissions in all three.

I have also recently fulfilled a dream of 22
years standing, by self-publishing a children's
ABC book, which I wrote and illustrated, and
which can be found in various book shops in
West Cork.



Pip accepts commissions and can be contacted:

Telephone Ireland 027 67263      email:  pipbiagi@gmail.com

See more of Pip's work here on Flickr


Pip Biagi 13
Duck and Drake  90cm square



Pip Biagi 12
Buff Back Goose  60cm square



Pip Biagi 20
Birds on the Balcony  90cm square




Pip Biagi 2  
Horses in Scotland    Pencil on Arches paper




Pip Biagi 6  
Glengarriff Horse    Pencil on Arches paper



 
Pip Biagi 5  
Blue Parrot     Acrylic on canvas 




Pip Biagi 11
Fleeing the Net   Mixed media on board






Pip Piagi 8
Page E from my ABC Book    Watercolour on paper
Pip Biagi 14
Prism Pigeon  90 cm square


Pip Biagi 15
Poster   50cm x 76cm


Pip Biagi 19
Bird with a Glass Eye  76cm x 61cm


    Pip Biagi 4
    White Horse    Pencil on Arches paper


     Pip Biagi 9  
Black Horse  Pencil on Arches paper 
   
 

    Pip Biagi 7
Oak Leaves    Acrylic on paper


    Pip Biagi 1
Diptych - Fish    Mixed media on board



Pip Biagi 10
White Flower   Photograph on aluminium


Pip's View Garden, Ahakista
"My garden was created out of a former cow pasture, but apart from pocket planting a few trees between 1996 and 2005, it wasn't constructed until the house was completed in 2006.
The design was dictated by the terrain; a downward slope of bog and rock, originally covered with gorse and brambles."
Visit Pip's View Garden on the West Cork Garden Trail website:
Pip's View


Pip Biagi 17       Pip Biagi 16       Pip Biagi 18         



All photographs and illustrations remain copyright of the artists and may not be reproduced in any form without permission