Restrictions are to be eased from today Tuesday 5th, in a phased way. This means most of us can get a bit more exercise and perhaps meet a few friends with appropriate social distancing. I, like most other people, have been spending time at home and close by. I’m so looking forward to seeing a bit more of my local world. It will be a long time before our normal lifestyles can be restored.
Meantime I have been enjoying the nice weather in the garden, finding photo subjects in and around the garden and getting on with some paintings.
The paintings are coming along slowly. Oil paintings always take some time for me to complete because they usually take me several stages and involves drying time in between. It also requires me to not procrastinate too much.
These two oil paintings recently completed were inspired by the stormy views seen from Cosán na nEighe, a path over the cliffs from Clogher Beach, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry, in the South West of Ireland.
In the picture below are Inis Tiaracht on the left of the horizon, and Inis Tuaisceart (The Sleeping Giant) on the right. These are both Islands of the Blasket Islands group.
Hopefully, more will be completed soon.
Thanks for taking a look. Stay well!