Some of you may have celebrated this past weekend, and some of you may celebrate today. Either way, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This year’s holiday seems to be giving way to a little bit of a brighter outlook as far as being able to get back to life as usual.
Continuing the theme of sharing my Irish art, we’ll finish up a few more pieces. To see my complete gallery of work based on travels to Ireland, go here.
A year ago, I published a series of posts around a Virtual Tour of Ireland. With March upon us, I figured it was time for some more thoughts and images of Ireland. The series includes most of my original Irish art, but I found a few more.
Below is a painting I finished after spending time in Kinsale, a historic port and fishing town in County Cork, Ireland.
On March 1, 1872, the area now known as Yellowstone National Park was the first area in the world to be designated a national park. Most of the Yellowstone is in Wyoming, with smaller sections in Montana and Idaho. Here are some paintings I completed after spending time in and around the park several years back.
You may remember the “Virtual Tour of Ireland” series a few months back. Out of that trip came a few paintings that we can refer to as “the pipers”. The Irish bagpipes, sometimes referred to as uilleann pipes, must have made an impression on me, because going through the inventory recently, it seems I turned out quite a few after that trip. Here are two below.