This fox lives on a farm in Straffan, Co. Kildare. He emerged from a dead Silver Birch.
A sculpture I carved from a lime stump adjacent to the walking trails of Lough Ennell at Tudenham, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. It represents both the male and female energies of the natural world and how our environment is reliant on this balance. The female is a Dryad on one side,…
White Tailed Eagle
The White Tailed Sea Eagle, is one of the largest bird species in Ireland having been successfully reintroduced to the western coastal counties in recent years. This was a private commission for a client in Sneem, Co. Kerry.
Moon Gazing Hare
Moon gazing hare carved in wood for a private client in Co. Dublin, Ireland.
Barn Owl bench
This wooden bench with books and barn owls, was a private commission – a gift to a Dad.
A private commission in Co. Wicklow, Ireland. A dead silver birch featuring a woodland spirit and his barn owl companion.
In Greek mythology, the barn owl was a symbol for Athena, the goddess of wisdom. This barn owl perches, keeping an eye on things, in a lovely garden in Glasson, Co. Athlone, Ireland.
My most amazing sponsors Husqvarna exhibit at the Ploughing Championships in Ireland amongst other events every year to showcase their top class chainsaws. This will be a feature for their event in 2022. I use their chainsaws to shape and carve just about everything I create and they never let…
An Owl in Silver Birch
Barn owl carving atop a Silver Birch for a private client in Straffon, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
A squirrel I carved from wood at Tyrellstown , Blanchardstown Co. Dublin.
Acknowledging the Green Flag Award made to Malahide Castle, Co. Dublin. These amazing insects are carved in Cedar with colour added.
I like Crows! This piece is carved in Lime.
Irish Red Deer Stag
The noble and brave Red Deer Stag carved in Cedar.
Parent and child owls
The Nature Chair can be found at Loughnanane Park, Roscommon Town. It reflects the wildfowl and animals that are native to the turlough and natural wetlands surrounding the area and is carved of Cedar.
Lots of animals carved into a multi-stemmed Lime for a private client in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Family of Owls
Log carving in Beech for private client depicting a family of owls in Kinsale, Co. Cork.
Twin – Headed Chinese Dragon seat carved in Sycamore at Malahide Castle & Gardens, Dublin.
Wessex Pig carved in Cedar
Beautiful, Bashful, Blue-Eyed , Branch Owls carved in Redwood (Sequoia)
A carving in chestnut for private clients depicts the human hand gently interacting with a cluster of butterflies.
The Nature Goddess
The Nature Goddess at Millennium Park, Blanchardstown, Dublin
Butterflies carved in wood
A Barn Owl and her chicks
A Barn Owl carving in Maple
Moon Gazing Hare with eyes of gold
Moon Gazing Hare in Cedar Wood
Memorial bench in Oak.
The Hare, The Fox and The Owl
The Hare, The Fox and The Owl in Ash
Salmon of Knowledge
Salmon of Knowledge in Sycamore
Owl pod seat in Spanish Chestnut
American Bald Headed Eagle carved in Cedar with paint applied
A selection of Cedar owls with some colour applied.
Cocker Spaniel carved in Yew
Pair of White Barn Owls
Hand painted Barn Owls in Cedar
Horses Heads in Cedar
Butterflies – Remembrance carving for local hospital
Barn Owl and Long Eared Owl in Cedar
Green Man in Sycamore on a Black Oak background
Celtic Boar Head Staffs
Family crest staffs carved in Bog Oak and Hazel
Dublin Zoo Totems
Haida Totems for Sea Lion Cove, Dublin Zoo
Golden Eagle in Flight
Eagle in flight carved in Cedar.
The Salmon of Knowledge
Carved in Cedar.
Spirit of Nature
This was a fork from a lovely old Ash tree which was unfortunately diseased and had to be felled. We salvaged this section of the tree and sited it in a shady spot. The idea of the design is to depict the “Nature Spirit” that runs through all of nature. Included in the design are an owl, squirrel, horse, dog, cat and some oak and ash leaves.
Carved from Spanish Chestnut and coated several times with Shellac.
Carved in Lime.
High Relief Fish
A deep relief of a stylised Celtic fish carved in Lime and framed with a black picture frame in Obeche.
Oak Leaf Study
Oak leaf and acorns carved in Elm.
Small Moon Gazing Hare
Hare being worked on – nearly finished! Carved in Lime.
Salmon of Knowledge
The mythical salmon who lived in the River Boyne. Carved in Lime and mounted on an Oak panel.
A stick for a hunting gentleman commissioned as a present I believe and was carved from a nice piece of curved Blackthorn grafted onto a Hazel shank.