Carved into a dead Oak overlooking the shores of Lough Derravaragh, Co. Westmeath this sculpture depicts Lir and his children – Fionnula, Fiachra Aodh and Conn who were cursed to spend 300 years as swans on the lake by their stepmother Aoife. You can find this carving on the outskirts…
This fox lives on a farm in Straffan, Co. Kildare. He emerged from a dead Silver Birch.
This large Beech was felled by the wind leaving it’s root plate exposed up over the ground. The Park Superintendent of Millenium Park, Blanchardstown wanted it turned into a piece of art. I thought it the perfect place to represent the magical mythological people known as the Fae who took…
The Young Cuchulain
This carving represents the moment when the boy Setanta became the mythical hero Cuchulain. My piece depicts the moment when Setanta is confronted by Culain’s hound as he arrives at master smith Culain’s hall for a feast.
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.
Hugh de Lacy
This 12th century English lord Hugh de Lacy was appointed Lord of Meath by King Henry II in the 12th century. This piece was installed at Trim, Co. Meath.
A commission in Corsican Pine – a 6 ft high Danu, the mother goddess carved for a private client in Wexford, Ireland.
A squirrel I carved from wood at Tyrellstown , Blanchardstown Co. Dublin.