Ageless Dawn

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Ageless Dawn by Margaret M. Glinke

The sun rises early in the morning behind the Royal and Ancient at the Old Course, St. Andrews, Scotland. From the eleventh century through the 1500's when Mary Queen of Scots played here, to the 1700's when it contained 22 holes, the Old Course has challenged golfers from across the world. Golf has been played here for over 800 years.

My painting in ink and watercolor, captures that fleeting moment when the course is still in semi-darkness. The rising sun lights the colorful sky, which is slightly reflected on the fairways. The Royal and Ancient and other buildings of the small town of St. Andrews are in the half-light of the morning sun. The Switcan Burn (creek) is crossed by an ancient stone bridge in the foreground. We are reminded of the many feet crossing that the old bridge and the excitement of the golfers who have played here through the ages.

The original ink/watercolor painting was donated to the Older Persons Commission, Rochester, Michigan.

10" x 17" color print, $60.00
Edition: 300

 

The quality of the Margaret Glinke's fine art is much higher than we can show within limits of this web site. Slight tonal changes and blurring around the areas of strong contrast are a result of the JPEG compression process, and are not part of the high quality originals.

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Artwork by Margaret M. Glinke
6071 Thorneycroft
Shelby Township, MI 48316 USA

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