Artist’s Eye Ireland: Traditional Cottage in Doolin

Doolin Cottage by Charolette A Coulter

Traditional Cottage in Doolin, Charolette A Coulter

The West of Ireland is known for preserving the “old ways,” so it’s no surprise that Charolette Coulter was inspired to capture this traditional cottage near Doolin, County Clare, with her acrylics on watercolor board.

Charolette moved to Ireland from the US in 1998 and has relied on her art and her wits have housed and fed her ever since.

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  1. That truly is beautiful. I love it! I swear I saw that actual scene when I was in Doolin back in June, lol.

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    • Thank you for the nice comment. It’s always nice to hear that someone likes what you do!

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  2. What a beautiful piece of art. I have only seen these type of structures in documentaries as i have not been to Ireland yet.

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    • Thanks Peter for your comment. Yes, these cottages still live on.

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  3. A wonderful painting- moved to Ireland from USA in 2007- and love it. So glad that these cottages still exist. It’s an idyllic place to live.

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