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.
Blanchardstown Park Troll
A troll carving painted and installed at Millennium Park in Blanchardstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
The Children of Lír Bench
Carved for Centre Parcs Longford Forest resort near Ballymahon in Co. Longford, the bench depicts the malevolent Aoife to the right and a sad Lír to the left. Aoife cursed her stepchildren and transformed them into swans.
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.
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.
This wizard lives in St. Catherine’s Park, Lucan, Co. Dublin
This is Ted and his missus Dolly Lumper. Two characters from my imagination who are now living in St. Catherine’s Park in Lucan Village, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
Three Timberheads – Tony, Tommy and Timmy, carved from Macracarpa and now residing at Malahide Castle, Co. Dublin.
A squirrel I carved from wood at Tyrellstown , Blanchardstown Co. Dublin.
Wayfinding at Malahide Castle, Co. Dublin
A timberyard troll carved in Cedar!