Eddie's Boat, Bunbeg By Spires StudioSKU
Product Type: Framed photographic art print with a glass finish. Part of the 'Wild Atlantic Way' collection.
Outer Frame Size: 23" x 20"
'Wild Atlantic Way' Collection: The Wild Atlantic Way is 2600 km (1600 miles) in length, is one of the longest defined coastal route in the world. It winds its way all along the Irish west coast from the Inishowen Peninsula in the north down to the picturesque town of Kinsale, County Cork, in the south. This route from start to finish unfolds the wonders of nature, the power of the ocean and its imprint on the west coast of Ireland, and the stunning countryside in all its diversity. Enchanting villages are nestled along the coast as well as ancient monuments - their origins having long sunk into the mists of oblivion dot the landscape. Behind every bend on this magical coastal road a new delight awaits.
The wild Atlantic with its unrestrained and untameable tides and storms has continuously been moulding the west coast of Ireland. With a constant meeting of water and land, a deeply indented and wild terrain has emerged with towering cliffs, spellbinding bays and beaches, mystical islands, always changing and never reaching the end. In the isolation or perhaps expressed in a different way living near and with the Atlantic at your doorstep has ensured that old traditions and the Irish language have been preserved.
Eddie's Boat, Bunbeg: Friend of the sea or Bád Eddie or Eddie's boat are the names given to the old wreck at Magherclogher beach, Bunbeg Donegal. Cara Na Mara ('Friend of the Sea') is the official title of the abandoned fishing vessel ran into trouble during stormy seas in the early 1970s. The remaining's of the boat are deteriorating rapidly, especially since June 2009 when the alleged "worst storm in living memory" hit the area. One half of the boat is almost gone.
An Bun Beag (anglicised as Bunbeg), meaning "a small river mouth", is a small Gaeltacht village and townland in County Donegal, Ireland. It is officially the smallest townland in Gaoth Dobhair (Gweedore), but today the name Bunbeg is used to describe a large region of the parish. It is situated between Derrybeg and Dore and is home to many of Gweedore's amenities and businesses and local headers.
Artist: Spires Studio
Spires Studio is a collaboration of artists, crafts people & designers who have always worked in the creative industry. Born in county Tyrone on the 8th of Feb 1988, we started life in humble surroundings on the outskirts of Omagh town.
We have always worked in the fields of art, design, sculpture, painting, fused glass, framing and graphics throughout Ireland, the UK and internationally from Ethiopia to America and even Switzerland, not to mention Cruise Liners on the Med.
Based in a truly unique wagon topped building with a brook running below our artisans create lots of wild, weird & wonderful things many sold on a totally exclusive bases. Lead by Colm, Damien & Leona for almost 30 years, the business has gone from strength to strength and Spires artworks can be seen in many locations around the globe.
Our vision has always been to create 'art for all'