Artist Shanon O’Bracken presents a snapshot of the colours on Annagh on a misty morning
Annagh Mist by Shanon O'Bracken
Annagh Hill, known in Gaelic as An tEannach, which translates to "marsh or bog," is an intriguing natural feature located in the north of County Wexford. It's positioning offers a distinct landscape where,except for the southeastern face, the hill is predominantly covered in coniferous forestry. This coverage provides a rich habitat for various species of flora and fauna. Artist Shanon O'Bracken presents a snapshot of the colours on Annagh on a misty morning. Warm shades of red and ochre set against a misty grey skyline. Shanon used a combination of Oil and Cold Wax in this beautiful original work.
Medium: Oil & Cold Wax on Canvas Panel in a White Limed Floater Frame
20cm x 20cm . Floated with a 3cm shadow gap and framed in an off white box frame. Completed size 28cm x 28cm
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