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An Original Cusack

Much to my regret now, I never particularly learned nor pursued artistic skills, but this painting of St Patrick’s Church in Monaghan Town is one of the few fruits of art class from school days we’ve bothered preserving.

I think I was about 15 when this was done; the architecture was from a photo just to have something to stand out against the sunset. Our teacher was very good, but I was a poor student, and inattentive.

This post was published on Friday, April 26th, 2013 2:20 pm. It has been categorised under Art Errant Thoughts and been tagged under , , .
Alexander Shaw
28 Apr 2013 9:54 pm

It puts me in mind of a spike, flanked by two smaller spikes, before a number of lower spikes, against an evening sky.

5 May 2013 9:11 pm

hm, any other ladies could tell, then me go around my Paris avenue this young person actually a btter artisan than me.

ps. with due regards Andrew, moskva 2013/05/06

Valeria Kondratiev
14 May 2013 7:57 pm

Andrew, I had no idea you were good at painting. I think this is very good, especially for a “poor student and inattentive” If that’s the product of poor study, well, you’ve got talent and should keep painting.

15 Jul 2014 8:41 pm

Funny that you chose the Protestant church and not JJ McCarthy’s Catholic cathedral

John George Archer
28 Jul 2014 11:33 am

…but your graduated wash of the sky obviously shows some implicit potential, no?

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