Carve a Tree Spirit signage on an Oak panel
Small indoor Wizards carved from Hazel with Western Red Cedar hats.
9’ tall wizard carved from a Monterey Pine log, carved during the 2013 National Ploughing Championships as part of the Husqvarna arena.
The Place of Gratitude Sign
Sign commissioned for a garden and carved in Iroko.
The Legacy Flame
This 8’ Lawson Cypress log carving was commissioned by the National Animal Rescue Centre for their Memorial/Legacy Garden in Co Longford
A selection of Mad Spirits carved from Lime
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.
Sleepy Crinkle Sign
This sign was commissioned by a playschool and was carved in Red Cherry. I added hazelnuts and leaves to the sign as it had special meaning to the client.
Make a Wish Sign
Sign for a wishing well in a public garden.
This log sign was commissioned for a client to display the Kona bicycle brand name in an imposing and physical way. It was carved from an 8’ Lime log.
The Last Druid
Carved from Lime.
Carved from Spanish Chestnut and coated several times with Shellac.
Mask corbel carved in Lime.
Typical Wood Spirit in Elm.
Smiling Wood Spirit
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.
High Relief Fish
A deep relief of a stylised Celtic fish carved in Lime and framed with a black picture frame in Obeche.
Green Man Newel Post
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 is Ted, a character I created who eats golf balls and lives in the undergrowth of Mullingar Golf Course!. Carved from Lime.
Danu the Mother and the Watcher
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.
Two Macracarpa Cedar Maoi heads being roughed out for the Greencrafts field at Electric Picnic 2012.
Oak Leaf Study
Oak leaf and acorns carved in Elm.
Small Moon Gazing Hare
Hare being worked on – nearly finished! Carved in Lime.