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Once there were trees II


Title: Once there were trees II
Medium: Oil on board
Size: 24 x 24 cm framed

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Once there were trees II – Woodland Series

‘Once there were trees II’ is another oil painting of the opposite view point of the previous painting. It too was inspired from a wee walk I’d often do with my two year old son.

This is a loop around Carney Village here in County Sligo. It’s a beautiful walk with Benbulben nearby, that leads around the local soccer pitch then into woodland. Unfortunately some of the trees had to be felled, it has been a huge change in the landscape there. Upon arrival my boy would be questioning me “Where’s the wood Mammy?”, he’d say and my nostalgic response; “It’s gone away, but look there’s the river and there’s the puddles”, to “let’s look for the frogs!” as this was in March when Coillte had cut down this section of pine trees. Frogspawn was waiting in the pools.

From a photo I had taken, the view did look somewhat captivating. The morning light illuminated the broken scrub, the stream was glittering in the sun and miraculously the birds still sang. Although this part of the walk was decimated, it was comforting to know there would be new life here again. I just wanted to document the changes of a place where I go quite frequently, it still has a sense of tranquility and life. In another couple of years this Sligo landscape will change again.

This small painting is painted on ampersand clayboard and mounted in a contemporary white lime frame. It’s ready to be owned and hung in your own special place.


Other Paintings in this series include…

If you would like to view more of these Oil paintings click on the titles below…

Once there were trees I

Tree Walk, Carney

North Sligo Walk


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