Ben Bulben and Knocknarea, County Sligo are to locals, mythically connected, Ben Bulben being the dominant male and Knocknarea being the emotionally deep female of the relationship. Steeped in ancient folklore Knocnarea at 327 metres is visually very striking, monolithic in appearance and standing in a prominent position on the CÃÂ§il Irra peninsula between the bays of Sligo and Ballysadare. At the summit is a large mound (or cairn) of loose stones, it is believed to conceal a Neolithic passage tomb. Ben Bulben faces it, some would argue like a male standing cocksure looking for KnocknareaÂ’s attention, across the bay that leads into Sligo town. This was one of the scenes I captured as a result of my epic 1400 mile tour weaving around Ireland in February 2013.
Each of our ‘Captured Memories’ are in their own way unique. Hand rolled porcelain, cut, ripped & stamped, delicately drawn pencil sketches, lovingly crafted in our Belfast studio. Timeless landscapes and memories, captured forever in porcelain.
- Small Porcelain (framed) – 26.5cm x 26.5cm (Gift Boxed)
- Large Porcelain (framed) – 34.5cm x 34.5cm (Gift Boxed)