A recent trip from Galway city to Clifden and on to Cleggan left me feeling much inspired.
It was a cold and wet day but the constant changing light danced around the rugged landscape, shifting its mood and tone as it contrasted with the Twelve Bens mountain range to the north. Sheep grazed in the surrounding bog-lands that were illuminated by shades of gold as time stood still.
This painting reflects my memory of the trip.
While I am speaking about the glories of Ireland and its rich countryside, may I take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy St. Patrick’s Day
3 thoughts on “Connemara Views”
Donna, lovely painting. Wish I could be there. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you. It falls on a Sunday too!
Thank you Angelos for you kind comments. Better that you are where you are because there are hailstones here and it is so cold at this time – not so good for all the St. Patrick’s weekend festivities – oh well, enjoy! Donna