Tears of Joy Original Painting Framed to size 20x30

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"Tears of Joy" is the 2nd painting in my "Ireland" Collection. Each piece is inspired by my travels and love for Ireland (story below)

 This is a listing for my original painting "Tears of Joy" the painting it's self is size 13x24 and it's matted and framed to size 20x30

-The beautiful barn wood frame gives you the drifting sea setting and is set with Real glass.


This painting is an original, painting on Arches hot press paper.
As stated above the final artwork with the mat is size 20x30, the open in the mat and painting about 13x24
The painting is sign in ink. The Mat is signed, plus has the date the painting for finished and the name.

You will also receive a printed card of authenticity stating this is the one original.

-Limited edition prints of this painting will be made in pano size 9x16 and matted Limited Edition prints the same size as the Original (so matted to 20x30)



The purchase of this original artwork does not entitle the buyer to reproduce it in any way.
Ownership and Copyright of the artwork remain with the artist (Emilie Taylor), all rights reserved.


Due to the Mat and Frame this painting will ship flat and boxed. Customer will be responsible for shipping cost. But the painting will come with tracking and insurance.


Half my life I dreamed of Ireland. The Emerald Isle calling to me to wander there. I finally took my dream trip in 2023 and these painting are the result!

Tears of Joy is from a little overlook of Darrynane on the ring of Kerry. This town was my first experience with the Atlantic Ocean (Anywhere! Closest I've been in the States is the Gulf.) I've always considered myself a West Coast Pacific kind of girl but I'd never seen the West coast of Ireland. The Wild Atlantic Way changed me and I"m not sure I'll ever recover. After spending some time in the freezing water we found ourselves on this overlook. Sheep we calling out from all the surrounding fields and storm clouds were brewing behind creating the most beautiful contrast. Right there on the overpass everything felt extremely Irish, and yes I cried. 

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