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Posted by on Jan 14, 2011 in Artist's Eye | 5 comments

Artist’s Eye on Ireland: Kells

Kells by Jane Kavanagh Morton

Kells, Jane Kavanagh Morton www.etsy.com/people/janekav

Working in clay, Jane Kavanagh Morton captures memories of her trips to Ireland by hand etching and texturizing clay slabs.

She traveled to Ireland eight years ago and has been back four times. A third generation Irish-American living in Delaware, Jane visits her cousin who lives in Kilkenny and the many caring friends she has made there over the years.
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5 Comments

  1. thank you for featuring my piece on your deliciously delightful site. Visit me on Facebook to view more of my Images of Ireland.
    Hope to be back to Ireland in 2012.

  2. Like an artist’s map of Ireland. Beautiful.

  3. Hi Jane, lovely pieces (and love the stuff on Etsy too!). Just wondering if the ‘Kells’ mentioned is Kells, Co. Meath – or the Kells just outside of Kilkenny city?
    Sue

    • Hi Sue, It’s the Kells just outside of Kilkenny city. We found the round tower a little aside from there. We were driving down the road I think back to Kilkenney and I spied the round tower over the trees. there was no place to park so my husband just pulled over and let me out. there’s a small cemetery there and the round tower.
      thanks for the compliment. Jane

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