Causeway Coast Prints
Creating a sense of place, conveying the natural beauty of the beloved North Antrim Coast informs and inspires Frankies work using paint, mixed-media and stitch, as it has for generations of artist's before Frankie.
Giclee print of original artwork (mixed-media and collage)
40cm x 30cm
On heavyweight cotton rag paper using archival inks
Unframed in cellophane envelope with backing card and artists postcard
'Coast Road' Print: 'North Antrim coast road, travelling from Portrush to Bushmills with The Giant's Causeway in the background'
'Dunluce Golf' Print: 'Famous fifth hole at Royal Portrush Golf Links, looking toward Bushmills and the iconic ruin of Dunluce Castle'
'Dunluce' Print: 'Iconic castle ruin, rich in history dating from around 1513 located on a dramatic cliff edge on the North Antrim coast road between Portrush and Bushmills'
Purple Whiterocks' Print
'The Fifth' Print: 'Fifth hole at the famous Royal Portrush Golf Links, with the white chalk cliffs of Whiterocks beach in the background'
'Royal Portrush' Print: 'Fifth hole at the famous Royal Portrush Golf Links, with the white chalk cliffs of Whiterocks beach in the background'
'West Strand' Print: 'The town beach in the heart of Portrush with the bustling harbour at one end and the headland leading toward Portstewart at the other'
'Mussenden' Print: 'Built in 1785, the Temple sits high on the cliff edge overlooking Downhill Beach on the North Coast'
'Pink Causeway' Print: The Giants Causeway on the North Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage site displaying around 40,000 basalt columns, the result of ancient volcanic eruption'
'Whiterocks' Print: 'Looking from Portrush toward the chalk cliffs of Whiterocks beach and further to the Causeway headland'
'Whiterocks beach with the rugged white chalk cliffs and impressive sand dunes to the left and the Atlantic Ocean to the right'
'Causeway Rainbow' Print: 'I have set my rainbow in the clouds, Genesis 9:13... in these days of Covid 19 lockdown, rainbows appear everywhere as a symbol of solidarity, hope and promise for the future.'