NFT: Hyperrealism Drawing Silver Bow

I am excited to mint my first ever NFT. Having attended the IBEX Insiders Workshops and artists salons hosted by art collector David Wilson, David and my fellow Insiders inspired me to explore the futurist world of nft’s. I am a traditional artist working primarily in oil paint. Prior to having an artist studio, when oil painting was impractical, I created my realistic art in dry, home friendly, mixed media materials including coloured pencil and markers on thick grey card. This drawing was created in the first few months of the new studio. It bridged the divide between my old world of dry media drawing and the new opportunity to create art in oils. I guess oil painting was the gold medal I aspired to, where dry material drawing was the silver prize that kept my skills sharp in the interim.

The NFT is a gif of my hyperrealism drawing “Silver Bow” with the subject matter in the foreground moved to reveal the drawing, propped on an easel in the background. This is my largest drawing to date measuring 55 x 65cm. The art collector who purchases the NFT will also have the original artwork shipped to them. If you would like to learn more about this piece you can reach out to and I’d be happy to talk about the art with you.



Sheila Flaherty Artist

Sheila Flaherty is a figurative, realist artist working primarily in the medium of oil paint. She graduated in 2011 with a Post Graduate Higher Diploma in Art and Education from the National College of Art and Design. She is based in Dublin, Ireland and a current residential artist at MART Gallery and Studios, Rathmines.


2010 – 2011 National College of Art and Design. P.G.H.Dip, Art and Education.
2001 – 2006 Limerick School of Art and Design Graphic Design, B.A., Visual Communication.


2020 – present Artist MART Studios and Gallery
2018 – 2020 Art Teacher and Owner Art Academy
2011 – 2017 Art Teacher Department of Education
2009 – 2010 Graphic Designer InHouse Taxfree Global
2007 – 2009 Graphic Designer Neworld Associates
2004 – 2005 Graphic Designer Impact Media

Publications and Media

“Pensive”. Dublin Sketchers Publication. 2018. Pages 21-22.
“Sweet Ramiro Pepper”. The Art Cook Book. Scoop Foundation. 2015. Pages 85-86.
“Dollard & Co.”. Urban Sketchers Instagram. 2019. Posted 29th May.

Solo Exhibitions

2018 – Minerva Gallery, “Queens of Art”, Dublin, Ireland.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2021 – “Studio Members Show”, MART HX Studios Gallery, Greenmount Lane, Harold’s Cross, Dublin, Ireland. 2020 – Online Showcase “Collective Show”, Contemporary Irish Arts Center Los Angeles.
2020 – From Me To You, “Studio Members Show”, MART Gallery, Rathmines, Dublin, Ireland.
2020 – Dublin’s Sweet Life, “Collective Show”, Dublin, Ireland.
2019 – Dublin Sketchers Exhibition, “Collective Show”, Dublin, Ireland.
2018 – Olives, Oranges and Oysters, “Collective Show”, Oliver Cornet Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
2017 – Incognito, “Collective Show”, Solomon Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
2016 – Dublin Canvas, “Collective Show”, Dublin City, Ireland.
2015 – Dublin Canvas, “Collective Show”, Dublin City, Ireland.
2014 – SCOOP, “Collective Show”, The Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin, Ireland.


Balla Bán Art Gallery, occasional painting and drawing commissions through Frank MacNamara

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MART Studios, Parkerhill, Rathmines, Dublin 6, D06W7T3