Represented Gallery Artists
Eric McCully

(b. 1960)

Quinn's of Tweed, Tweed Ontario
Canvas Gallery, Toronto,Ontario
Artmode Ottawa
Tangerine Gecko Art Gallery Toronto
Koyman Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario
Koyman Galleries, Toronto, Ontario
Eakin Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Dalriada Gallery, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, N.Ireland
Seymour Gallery, Lisburn
Manor Fine Art, Banbridge, Co. Down
Nicholas Gallery, Belfast
Port Stewart Galleries, Co. Antrim
BBC Belfast Gallery
Newcastle Gallery, Co. Down
Gormley’s Fine Art, Belfast
Gormley’s Fine Art, Omagh
Collette Art, Belfast
Ormonde Gallery, Belfast
Waring Gallery, Moira, Co. Down
Crooked House Gallery, Donegal Town, Co. Donegal

Solo Exhibitions

2001-2004 Art Ireland, RDS Dublin
2002-2004 King’s Hall Antique and Fine Art Fair, Belfast
2003 Dalriada Gallery, Ballymena, Co. Antrim
2002 RDS Antique and Fine Art Fair, Dublin
2000 Eigsé Art Festival
2000 Kinallen Art Centre, Co. Down
1994 Framed Art Gallery, Banbridge, Co. Down.
1994 Seymour Gallery, Lisburn, Co. Antrim
1991 The Art Gallery, Banbridge, Co. Down

Group Shows

2006 Queen West Art Crawl
2006 Art in the park Ottawa
2002 BBC Studios Belfast
2000 Showcase Dublin
1998-2004 Art of Caring Exhibition, Belfast
1993 Best of Belfast Exhibition
1993 Four-Man Show (with Raymond Piper, Ken Hamilton, and Chris Dearden)
1993-1995 Laing PLC (Juried Show throughout UK), Belfast
1994 Best of Belfast Exhibition
1992 BBC Studios, Belfast

Public Collections

Lisburn Museum, N. Ireland
Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast (installation)

Education and Accomplishments

1985 Queen’s University (Belfast) Cambridge Diploma, Faculty of Arts
1990 Royal Watercolour Institute Artist Workshop
1979-1982 Lived and painted abroad (South America and Germany)
1985-2003 Traveled extensively throughout the Middle East and Africa
2005 Moved family to Canada


Born in 1960 to a working-class family in Belfast, Eric’s talent for painting was discovered at an early age. He has worked as a full time professional artist since 1990. His first wife Gillian died of Cancer in 2001, now he lives in Ottawa with his new wife Kelly and 5 children.

Since moving to Canada his work has been very well received, being featured on Cityline, Divine designs,HGTV and May 2007 edition of Canadian House and Home.

His paintings are in private collections around the world, and public collections in Northern Ireland, since 1990.

Artists Statement

Although my work would be categorised as landscapes, they would be better described as mindscapes, as all of the work comes derives from a wide variety of inspirations. I seek to capture a moment rather than a place. It is the beauty of a summer evening sunset or listening to a beautiful piece of music that inspires the work. There is a feeling of warmth and a certain meditative quality which seems to emanate from each piece. The ultimate compliment for me is when individuals connect with the moments and feelings I try to capture. I have worked professionally for the last 20 years. My present work is I believe a distillation of my years of experimentation and trying to capture light on canvas.