"It Must Be Dingle" Gallery


Kaye Lee

from Australia

“Hi Martine,
We have just returned from a delightful but all too short holiday in Ireland, a week of which we spent on the Dingle Peninsula. This is such a beautiful place.

One of the delights was to find your glass work in one of the art/craft shops (sorry I am not sure of the street).

We have just finished hanging what you had labelled as 'Fuchsia and blackberry long suncatcher' in our family room window. It is just a beautifully detailed piece of work and something that will always remind us of such a picturesque part of the world. It would have been good to have brought home even more of your work - as it was we had enormous difficulty in choosing the one we finally selected! It was also particularly special as it was not the usual 'touristy paraphernalia' that is frequently on offer. Your craftmanship and flair with colours and design is just delightful.

So a huge thank you! May you long continue to produce such quality work.

Kind regards,

Kaye Lee
(Australia)

About Martine

A warm welcome awaits you at the 'It Must Be Dingle' Gortadubha, Ballyferriter. Enjoy a coffee and chat whilst browsing the paintings.

Martine's first exhibition was called 'It Must Be Dingle' and depicted the many brightly coloured shops, pubs and homes of Dingle. Sheep were often seen being herded through the town and this was the inspiration for Martine's well known painting of the sheep coming down the main street. This quirky 20" x 16" print is extremely popular, a happy memory of your time in Dingle.