Five Celtic Deities along the N81
Horse chestnut woodcarving of Celtic legends
A Celtic Wood Spirit carved in Irish Lime
Brigid the Celtic Goddess of Fire carved in Lawson Cypress
Celtic wood spirit in Irish Lime
Mythological carving in a variety of woods
A storytelling chair in Irish Lime
A Greenman in Scots Pine
Fiery Goddess in Cedar
Framed carving in Irish Lime
Celtic sea deity woodcarvings in Cedar
Three mythological characters carved in Cedar
Spirit Coffee Table in Sycamore
Shop sign in Oak for Irish Celtic Craft Shop, Dublin
Celtic Goddess of War carved in Lime
Carving for Husqvarna at Ploughing Championships 2015
Green Man in Sycamore on a Black Oak background
Family crest staffs carved in Bog Oak and Hazel
Celtic Stallion in Sycamore
The Norse & The Gael
Carved from Lime.
Mask corbel carved in Lime.
Typical Wood Spirit in Elm.
Carved in Irish Elm. The tree unfortunately had to be felled because of disease, so I decided to make this guy a happy spirit.
Carved in Lime.
Me with a Green Man newel post that I was commissioned by a client to carve and install. Carved in Oak and had several coats of Danish oil applied to give it a nice natural lustre.
This sculpture is of Danu, the Mother Goddess and was carved from Horse Chestnut. It was commissioned by Caravantasia in Tipperary as a point of interest for their campsite.
Carved as an interior wall piece. This was the miniature for the Green Man of Uisneach and carved in Lime.
Oak panel carved for a client who wanted the elements of the Oak tree to appear with the spirit.
The mythical salmon who lived in the River Boyne. Carved in Lime and mounted on an Oak panel.
A lovely picture showing how wood patinates to a silver colour after a few years of exposure to the elements.
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Carved in Elm and looking slightly melancholy!
Had this idea in my head for a long time – a Lime mask set into a Bog Oak root.
This Oak log became the Oak King and was carved for Belvedere House and Gardens, Co. Westmeath in 2010.
This is Lugh, one of the legendary leaders of the Tuatha de Danann. It was carved from Ash and lives on the Hill of Uisneach, Co Westmeath.
The King of Thomond! Brian Boru who lived from 941 – 1014 carved in Lime and framed in Bog Oak.
Another carving of Lugh in Lime set into an undulating Bog Oak base. His head band is also from Bog Oak.
The finished sculpture of Amergin just having been sealed with oil.