My Wild Atlantic Way


a view of the cliffs of Moher with my easel set up.
My easel taking in the cliffs and O Brien’s tower.

Since my road trip across the western seaboard of Ireland – from West Kerry through West Clare, taking in the Cliffs of Moher, Mayo, the shoulder of Croagh Patrick, the ancient woods of Brackloon and the Owenwee river, I’ve been hearing about the Wild Atlantic Way everywhere , and wild it is. Continue reading “My Wild Atlantic Way”

Witness the Breaking Wave

Charcoal first. Keeping foam clean for white paint later on. The photo from my phone is poor, has poor light and colour information, but it does have foam, rip and crest. Needs must. Work with what you have. There will be no skyline.

A Cloud by my Door original pencil sketch by Irish artist Catherine ConsidineThe cloud passing overhead through clear sky now I see like an Atlantic wave in slow motion. Crystal vapours I will need to stimulate by coloured paints. Continue reading “Witness the Breaking Wave”