Landscape format in acrylics, with mesh tape added in central band where buildings are. View from beach across wet sand reflecting colours of town, and across sea coming in from right to town perched just above a small lilac and yellow rocky drop. Buildings are low and white, with some yellow and a couple each of red and blue. Roofs are blue or purple. A white tower is in the centre. Just behind is low muted green hills, and to right overlooking sea is slopes of leaf green. Sky is cloudy mid-blue. Rocks on left in foreground are purple with black shadow. Signed bottom right: Liam Daly

Lahinch (County Clare)

Painting: “Lahinch” (Clare)

There’s a feeling you get when you walk on the beach at Lahinch. You’re not in Ennistymon and you’re not in Liscannor. You’re down the road from Doolin and you’re down the road from Lisdoonvarna. You’re a stone’s throw from the Burren and you’re a stone’s throw from the Cliffs of Moher. In some ways you’re in the centre of the universe, standing on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean yet protected by the bay. I’ve always said it’s a perfect place to eat a single of chips. So I painted it.

The original painting is sold but prints of my Lahinch painting are available here (They come in multiple sizes and in different formats as well as the classic Art Print)

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