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Irish Heather, Wicklow Gap.  Michael Muldoon, artist.

Comment on “Irish Heather”, from the artist:

Coming down out of the Wicklow Gap just southeast of Dublin into Glendalough, the site of St. Kevins stone church built in 633 The beautiful lavender heather Ireland is so famous for, and al ways the vagabond sheep traversing the narrow roadways…where else can you capture that sight?  The heather so vibrant, with its varying hues of greens strewn in and between the rocks.  I hope this rendering makes you want to go there, you will not be disappointed!  An incredible place with wonderful people.”  –Michael Muldoon

 

 

 

Connemara Morning.  Michael Muldoon, artist.

Roaming the Connemara countryside with no fences, competing on the narrow roads…truly these sheep, without any cares, are iconic Ireland!

Connerara Morning reflects just how the Connemara area of Ireland is; subdued hues of greens, weathered rock outcroppings, and hardy sheep everywhere and however slowly they wish to go!  A beautiful sight to behold, and one I know I would attempt to render on a canvas when I returned home.  Ireland…certainly a “terrible beauty” as described regarding their history with England and internal strife, but a real genuine beauty nonetheless.  Incredible place AND people!”  –Michael Muldoon

About the artist:

Growing up on the Oregon coast, traveling American and Europe throughout his career, Michael Muldoon fell in love with color and the way artists of all genres capture it on canvas.

Irish Lands through March, 2017.

Please visit http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com …artists… Michael Muldoon for more about the artist.