Lough Na Fooey (‘Lake of the winnowing winds’) is a small glacial valley lake ringed by steep sides just over the Partry mountains on the far end of Lough Mask. The north east side is Mayo, the south west Galway. Its western end gets the Devil’s Mother mountain, a sandy beach, a sandy bottom, and a scatter of willows…..

A new carborundum and dry point plate drying, next steps inking and printing.
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Fat Old Willow at Lough Na Fooey…a new plate drying | 2017 | In progress PRINT WORK | Media: | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments (0)

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