85cm (33.5″) x 66cm (26″) – framed – and behind glass – Discussion suggested pre-shipping.
Carmel works with the Marine Institute, has written factual publications on West Clare Shorelines and on the varying shapes and sizes of fish, and she regularly brings University students onto the shore for educational purposes, but Carmel’s knowledge of the shore really began all the way back to growing up on the Loop Head Peninsula, with the Atlantic and one side of her and the River Shannon on the other. With the world-renowned Bridges of Ross as her playground, is it any wonder that her interest was piqued from a very young age. Carmel’s mixed media artworks sell internationally. Although Carmel doesn’t like to use darker colours as a rule in her artworks, her rocky shore pieces really quite demand it – the varying depths and sometimes murkiness – particularly in the winter – of the rock pools are so well depicted here. They are spectacular havens of colour, texture and visual paradise.
This piece, the fourth in a series of Rock Journey paintings, is particularly detailed – and Carmel manages to use so many textures within it, that it has an almost three-dimensional feel to it.
Striking Contemporary Piece – The Rocky Shore in Your Living Room or Office – Internationally Renowned Artist – Heavy Professional Framing – Behind Glass –