On the Way to Kinnagoe Bay (Drumaweer, Greencastle)


An acrylic painting on linen canvas.


50x40cm/ 20×16 inches

The long steep road from Quigley’s Point to Kinnagoe Bay passes these limewashed farm buildings on Drumaweer Road (also spelt Drumaweir). Behind the tin-roofed outhouse in the centre of the painting lies a very old thatched cottage that probably dates from the late 18th century.  Read more about this very old building here. Off in the distance you can see the waters of Loch Foyle and the Antrim Plateau. I was drawn to the reflected light on the side of the old outhouse and the way the electricty lines draw the eye down the hill to the Foyle.

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

Out of stock


On the Way to Kinnagoe Bay (Drumaweer, Greencastle)
On the Way to Kinnagoe Bay (Drumaweer, Greencastle)


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.