Rush to Lambay


This is a plein air painting, which means I painted this on location. I have called it Rush to Lambay because it overlooks the privately owned Lambay Island.  A group of artists assembled on the beach on a sunny summers day.  We set up our easels and we painted to our hearts content for the day.

I put the finishing touches on in the studio at a later time and then it was off to the framers.

Rush has two sandy beaches, called the North Beach and South Beach, which are separated by the rocky head of the peninsula and a small tidal harbour, Rush Harbour.

The peninsula is the closest point of land to the privately owned Lambay Island. The make Rush South Beach a popular kitesurfing location while its sand and dunes attract many visitors for family day-outs and picnics..

Rush sailing club is also located near the south shore and operates from a second harbour, Rogerstown harbour. This harbour is also used by a supply boat, The Shamrock, which provides supplies for the inhabitants of Lambay island.

Who owns Lambay Island?


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Frequently Asked Questions:

Is this an original painting?

Yes, this painting is an original oil painting created by me, Donna McGee and it contains my signature on the front. 

Is the painting ready to hang?

Yes, the painting is presented in a white wooden frame with double mount and has a chord on the back making it ready to hang.  All you need is the picture hook on the wall for placement.

What are the measurements of the painting?

The measurements of the painting are 24 x 8 inches and 32 x 16 inches including frame


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