Cill Riallig, Ireland.
Limited edition print (100) Off-set litho print. Pass through Ballinskelligs on the Iveragh peninsula, and climb Bolus Head. Between cliff and mountain, the track ends at Cill Riallig: Famine village, abandoned during the potato blight years of the 1840s and 50s. Often disappearing into the mist that rolls off the Atlantic, it still stands, sea facing gable ends, as a memorial to the tragedy that befell Many communities in Ireland at that time.
W 38.10 cm x H 25.40 cm
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About the Artist
I graduated in 1980, and worked as a Graphic Artist in Manchester, producing marketing material and record sleeves for Amek Systems & Controls. In 1985, my wife and I went to live on the west coast of Ireland, moving into a shop property in Cahirciveen, on The Ring of Kerry. The Studio became my...