The Giant's Causeway in North Eastern Ireland are number four on the National Wonders of the UK. Naturally formed hexagonal columns create steps from the top of the cliff to below the waves.
Mythology tells a story of an Irish giant named Fionn mac Cumhaill building a causeway across the North Chanel because he was challenged to a fight by the Scottish giant Benandonne. There are variations of the legend but in the end Fionn always wins. This piece captures the waves at night crashing against the trophies that have told the story of Fionn mac Cumhaill's victory for hundreds of years.
Size: 8" x 8"
Acrylic on wood