Sheep in Ireland. Two of my favorite things in Ireland are sheep and stones. In undergraduate school I was a fiber artist. My specialty was dyeing wool and felting. And I have always dreamed of having sheep. Someday. In the meantime, Ireland has sheep in fields everywhere. I lead a group to Ireland to visit the ancient stone sites. This view was outside the Marble Caves were the group gathered after our tour. I was awe struct by the sky, the stone wall and the sheep in the front just looking at me, it is engrained in my memory.
This rendition is from an acrylic on paper original.
Printed on Somerset Velvet paper with archival pigmented inks. Somerset Velvet is a smooth/soft toothed radiant white paper which produces an exceptional depth of color. Somerset Velvet is an acid-free, 100% cotton rag printmaking paper and claims it’s heritage from the acclaimed St. Cuthbert’s Mill in Haybridge, England.
Somerset Velvet paper
100% cotton rag
Paper size [Approx. image size]
10"x12" [8x10] - $38
12” x 16” [11 x 14] - $56
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