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C A R M E L M A G A Z I N E • S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 177 You feel the swell, the water, the ocean…it's like you're in the water," says Quigley. "She got a really tremendous reaction in Carmel. I think people were blown away." Cronin, who feels drawn to Carmel much in the same way she was first drawn to County Kerry and Great Blasket Island, returned to California in April and continues outlining future visits. She plans to spend several months here in early 2017, when she will secure a studio and further expand her portfolio. "The world is really tiny and there are direct flights to San Francisco from here, so I think I'll be back to Carmel quite a lot," she says. "It's one of the most beautiful places, and the size of the town and the people…it's very strange, but it almost feels half like my home." For more info about Carol Cronin's seascape paintings, call 831/241-4098 or visit online at y, or Select works are also dis- played at Carmel's American Art Galler y ( on Dolores Street between 7th Avenue and Ocean Avenue. The California coast proved an inspiring spot for Cronin, whose richly layered seascapes capture the ocean's wild, churning complexities. "Oceans Surge" is an example of the art Cronin exhibits locally at the American Art Gallery in Carmel. The artist from Ireland, who studied abstract art in college, has discovered an affinity for Carmel and plans to return often.

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