Anne Murray Browne

Anne is a native of County Meath but she only began painting when she moved to her adopted city, Limerick, over 35 years ago.  She is mainly self-taught but she studied painting with the Open College of the Arts.  She was a student of Gallery 75 for many years with the late Tom Greaney and also Paul Quane but mainly Roger McCarthy.

Her love of nature informs her photography and painting.  She works in all mediums and has exhibited widely.  She gleans endless inspiration from the beautiful Wild Atlantic Way, especially but not exclusively West Clare where she spends most of her summers. 


Having completed c 900k of the Camino de Santiago this April, she intends to use her stock photography to inspire her next body of work.  Her style is constantly evolving and she believes that painting is one art-form that improves as we age.

Where are they now
Hill Sheep on Bearra, West Cork
Liscannor at dusk  from the Bridge
Grooming Swan, Currachase, Limerick