Greystones Harbour framed canvas print.

Greystones Harbour – Rod Coyne Canvas Print

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Greystones Harbour is one of a series of pictures born out of Rod Coyne’s  “My Place on Canvas” project. It’s one of those paintings abstracted from the landscape which crosses the line between dream and reality.

Rod Coyne’s canvas prints is the perfect addition to any home or collectors wall.
This fine art print available in three sizes. It is framed and the price includes FREE WORLD WIDE delivery.

The Greystones Harbour image is featured in the  “My Place on Canvas” 2017 Calendar.

  • Location: Greystones, Co. Wicklow
  • Medium: Canvas Print
  • Theme: Seascape
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Greystones Harbour – Sea-fog Surprise

“Before even arriving there I had the Greystones Harbour composition all worked out in my mind’s eye, which is usually a recipe for disaster. I was going to look north-east and frame a distant Dalkey Island and Howth Head through the entrance of the harbour wall. A major sea-fog soon put paid to that compositional idea by reducing visibility to just a mile or two. Embracing the flexible plein air philosophy I decided to work with what I could see. I strapped the camera to my head and went to work…” – Rod Coyne.

Rod Coyne wearing a headcam at Greystones Harbour.

Greystones Harbour – Video Painting

“The whole painting-video thing was absolutely new to me at this stage and I needed to experiment with various elements of filming. I had modified an old headlamp as a mount for the camera usually designed for a helmet. I had to use a lady’s make up mirror to judge best angle to position the camera at so as to film my painting and not the sky or the ground. It worked…mostly.” – Rod Coyne.

Greystones Harbour – Nomination Text

“When I think of my place I feel… reminiscent. The controversial new harbour construction was an extremely difficult civil engineering undertaking. To appreciate the scale of the development you have to look below the waterline. The biggest single challenge of all was the power of the sea. A winter storm tossed the fifty ton blocks around like confetti. The project seemed to be sunk. We recovered momentum only to be hit again one year later…Now the new Harbour is already beginning to bring benefits to the town and in time, I believe it will truly come into its own. I am happy that we managed to build such a complicated marine structure in a safe manner. Great credit is due to the workers, in particular,
the divers, who endured all weather conditions.” – Brian, Bray Co. Wicklow.

Amazing sunset over the Sugarloaf Mountain looking inland from Greystones Harbour.
Amazing sunset over the Sugarloaf Mountain looking inland from Greystones Harbour.

Learn more about the My Place on Canvas project.

The Greystones Harbour image is featured in the  My Place on Canvas 2017 Calendar.

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