About 14 kilometers off the northern coast of Donegal lays a 3-mile-long island called Oilean Toraigh, otherwise called Tory Island. Once you step off the ferry there you are transported back about 50 years in rich Irish history. This tiny community has held strongly onto their roots and lays untouched by mass buildings and modernization seen on the mainland. The image you see shows some of the beautiful landscape there on a gorgeous day with the rough Irish sea breaking up onto the rocks below.
This landscape painting was made with acrylic paints and a pallet knife.