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Mussenden Temple painting by Tori McNeill set for display in Cloonavin


The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding receives the beautiful painting of Mussenden Temple for the Mayor’s Parlour from artist Tori McNeill.

A painting by artist Tori McNeill will soon go on permanent display in the Mayor’s Parlour in Cloonavin.


The colourful portrayal of Mussenden Temple and Downhill beach has been purchased by Alderman Mark Fielding as he approaches the end of his Mayoral term.


Tori, who has Downs Syndrome, has developed a growing reputation for her creativity and she has previously exhibited at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady.



The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Alderman Mark Fielding receives the new painting for the Mayor’s Parlour from artist Tori McNeill. Also pictured are Tori’s mum Dara, granny Iris and friend Shirley Bradley.

Congratulating Tori on her ongoing success, the Mayor said:


“I’ve admired Tori’s work for some time now and I was pleased to have this opportunity to meet with her in person.


“Painting has sustained Tori through the challenges of the past year and her positive approach to life and passion for art is an inspiration to all of us.


“Her disability doesn’t hold her back in any way, instead it makes her more determined to achieve her very best. Her beautiful painting will be a fitting legacy to my term as Mayor and I’m glad her work will be enjoyed by visitors to the Mayor’s Parlour for years to come.”


You can find out more about Tori McNeill on her Facebook page Art By Tori.



Artist Tori McNeill pictured during a painting demonstration last year at Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady.


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