In 1670 a coal burning cottage was built on the edge of the Shannon Estuary Co. Clare. On a sunny day you can see as far as the Blasket Islands, Co Kerry and north to the Twelve Pins in Connemara, Co. Galway along the Wild Atlantic Way. It is also the perfect place to spot whales, dolphins and seals from, while the rock ledges and caves of the dramatic cliffs are home to many types of seabirds.
Cotton Rag Paper
The image comes with a 2 inch border for mounting into frame. The paper I use is 100% cotton with a textured surface. All the materials are acid free and I ensure that the techniques I use is based on archival methods, thereby enhancing the quality of the image.
I use only artist quality paints from artisan suppliers. I want to ensure that the art you buy will last a lifetime. The paper used is beautiful textured cotton heavy paper. This paper needs to be heavy to take the 30+ washes I use for building up depth and color in the watercolours. Each of the paintings are scanned and then printed onto cotton paper using archival inks. The print then is checked, so that the full color and texture is in line with fine art techniques.