Augusta Azalea – A3 limited edition print


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Augusta Azalea

Augusta Azalea – A3 limited edition print.  Scroll over the image to activate the zoom tab and see the golfer and caddy carrying their clubs.  Movement is really important to Aly and she wants the viewer to feel responsive to this in the marks of the soft pastels.  Printed by Media Design Belfast on 180gsm matte coated paper.

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A great gift for art lovers.

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About Augusta Azalea – A3 limited edition print

Soft pastel on a3 paper mounted and in a cellophane wrap. You can view the original HERE.

This piece was made with so much love for the Azalea behind and I so enjoyed making the little golf figures as they walked to the 13th hole at Augusta.

Bright pinks and blue shadows make up this piece which is perfect for any fan of the Masters.

Enjoy this piece of impressionist artwork.

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The inspiration behind Augustas Azalea

Augusta National Golf Club is located in Augusta, Georgia. Founded by Bobby Jones and Cliff Roberts in 1932 and designed by Dr Alister MacKenzie, the original aim being a truly national club, as well as a winter retreat to play golf with his friends.

The site was formerly an indigo plantation, abundant with fauna.

This helped in the decision that every hole be named after a plant or shrub.

These were originally planted by Louis Alphonse Berckmans, son of the original owner of the land, along with Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts on each hole.


Within the Augusta National Golf Club, there are actually two courses, the 18 hole championship course as well as a nine-hole par 3 course.

The modern game of golf originated in 15th century Scotland. The 18-hole round was created at the Old Course at St Andrews in 1764. Golf’s first major, and the world’s oldest tournament in existence, is The Open Championship, also known as the British Open, which was first played in 1860 at the Prestwick Golf Club in Ayrshire, Scotland. This is one of the four major championships in men’s professional golf, the other three being played in the United States: The Masters, the U.S. Open, and the PGA Championship.


About Aly

Aly is a Northern Irish based Artist, Writer and Educator.  One of Northern Ireland’s top artists, widely known for her Belfast prints and impressionist techniques. She has several accolades to her name, most recently:

> Nominated 40 under 40

> Listed as top 100 / Small Business Saturday

> Finalist in the East Side Awards

Aly works from a studio near Belfast which is conducive to her family life with her husband and their three young boys.

She is passionate about placing importance on everyday moments, objects and places in her oil paintings and pastel work. This is one of the many reasons Aly is a well established artist in Belfast, Northern Ireland and the United States of America.

Her practice is influenced heavily by her own childhood memories of growing up in a smallholding in the Irish countryside.

Themes of the familiar and familial can be traced back as far as her degree show in 2003 when her installation “Daddy’s bread” used 795 empty bread bags (of her father’s favourite loaf) to represent each week from when her Father passed until the opening of her final exhibition.

Aly was awarded a first class honours degree and a distinction in her Masters in Fine Art which she completed following her degree. Specializing in Acrylic, oil and Mixed Media Aly has a love for creating stunning vibrant paintings.  Along with a love of monochrome and simple sketches.

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