Coumeenole beach



Coumeenole beach

Coumeenole beach is part of the Irish seascape exhibition, the Coumeenole beach has two little figures on the beach watching over delightful turquoise waves.  Made using on a series of palette knives, this oil painting is on corrugated paper and one of Aly’s favourites.  It has an A3 frame that was hand-painted and colour matched by Danielle of The Framing Table.

The double mount on the painting means it sits elegantly into the frame and would be perfect in a living space alongside other Irish pieces, or, on its own. The boldness of the piece and the gentle frame mean it can stand alone anywhere.


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The inspiration behind Coumeenole beach

Part of the Irish seascape exhibition.


About Coumeenole beach

Coumeenoole Beach is a beach on the Dingle Peninsula. Very wild, it is located on the edge of the Slea Head Drive, a tourist road that goes around the peninsula.

Whether you are a surfer, a walker, or just a swimmer, the beach of Coumeenoole is a little gem that will delight all lovers of wild landscapes… By following the Slea Head Drive, you can park on a parking lot, and put your towel on the immense sand of the beach…

The setting will plunge you into an exceptional setting, with cliffs, green expanses, and mountains plunging into the Atlantic Ocean…

Of course, the water is often cold, but the bravest among you will not hesitate to throw themselves in the water! (A wetsuit can be useful!). Beware however of the rollers, which can sometimes be quite violent! (Surfers, on the other hand, will find it to their advantage!).


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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