Michael George Travers (born 1946) oil and water-colour artist, founded Lios Dána residential retreat in 1986 at Inch in County Kerry where he has a studio. His paintings draw inspiration from the rugged grandeur of the bay and shoreline of the Dingle Peninsula. The large-scale paintings explore the refraction of light on sea and shore in a maze of organic effects and texture using impasto. Various works have been shown in galleries in Dublin, London and Kerry and are held in public and private collections.
Member of VAI
Categories of artist’s works represented: Oil paintings, drawings.
Michael is the grandson of Martin Otho Travers and the grandnephew of Micheál macLiammóir and the father of Martin Benjamin Travers. He is the estate administrator of the macLiammóir & Edwards estate.