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Original Acrylic Seascape palette knife painting by Melbourne Artist Veronica Lamb

"Giant's Causeway" 2016

45.5cm x 61cm (18 inches x 24 inches) 6mm MDF particle board

This is a painting of the famous geological wonder "Giant's Causeway", a unique rock formation of "honeycomb" interlocking basalt columns along the Antrim coastline of Northern Ireland. I photographed this area during a trip around Ireland in 2007.

Rocky cliffs and small islands are met by a cold angry sea. The dusk light is bright and reflective, almost silvery in tone breaking through the clouds and shimmering off the water.

There are many mythological theories about this rock formation. The most common is that a giant built it leading up to a great battle so he could meet his opponent from the other side of the channel, but it is in fact most likely caused by volcanic activity.

Painted using palette knives to build up surface texture, this artwork describes the movement and energy of the environment.

Notes:
1. This artwork is sold unframed, frames in photos are for illustration purposes only. Please check the measurements before purchasing.
2. Paintings should not be framed behind glass. Your painting has been coated with a thin layer of varnish to protect it, but it should be kept in a clean, dry environment away from direct sunlight and excessive dust or smoke.
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Materials used:

Acrylic paint

Giant's Causeway (2016)

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