Ballyhillin Beach, Malin Head, Donegal
An acrylic painting on linen canvas.
24’x18′ / 61x45cm
The raised beach at Ballyhillin at Malin Head. This a unique raised beach system of international scientific importance. Also known as Portmór or Kitters Beach. This is on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal.
Malin Head is the most northern point of mainland Ireland, and a familar name to listeners of the BBC Shipping Forecast. Here the winds are strong even on a clam and sunny day. The Atlantic Ocean impresses with its massive, heaving form. This is as remote as it gets. This is on the far edge of Western Europe. Further north lies the Hebrides and Iceland. To the west, North America.
ORIGINAL ART BY Emma Cownie – Finest quality acrylic painting on linen canvas, varnished – Only the highest quality archival fine art acrylic paints are used on the surface. The surface has been with an isolation coat and a statin varnish, to protect the painting.
READY TO HANG – Edges of the canvas are painted so the Art is ready to hang without a frame if required.
GLOBAL SHIPPING AVAILABLE – Art is professionally packaged and shipped within 5 working days. Tracking Code provided.
My work is featured in John Lewis