We happened on Carol Cronin's gallery in Dingle purely by accident. Her large canvas seascapes are nothing short of astonishing. The brushstrokes are so fine as to seem comprised of single sable hair. The variety of colors in the sea, the Chiaroscuro, and the aerial view that captures the breaking of hundreds of small waves on each other is almost audible. I found her work spellbinding.
As we took the Slea Head Drive around the Dingle Peninsula the following day, we stopped often to take in the extraordinary seascapes. I was struck by how like Carol Cronin's paintings the Atlantic Ocean itself was. There were views that truly seemed to imitate the work of Carol Cronin. Amazing!
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