In my last post, I reported that I was delighted that the two sculptures I submitted to the RHA Annual Open Exibition 2018, were both accepted. “VOID I” and “Paired Impression”. The week before the opening I was rung up by the RHA, my […]
I made a new bowl in the New Year, then started exploring and playing around with forms in the process. This resulted in two new sculptures, “VOID I” and “Paired Impression”, which I submitted to the RHA Annual Open Exibition 2018. I was very glad […]
I’m involved with the Drummin Bog Project, which is a voluntary not-for-profit community education project to restore the only raised bog in Co. Carlow. Situated in the South East of Ireland, close to the River Barrow and the historical site of St. Mullins, The Drummin […]
I have been making these small pieces out of very dark limestone from the “Butlersgrove formation” which is the classic “Kilkenny Marble” (even though it is not really a marble) as small affordable gifts. They are designed as a soap dish, but I have drilled a […]
Irish Geoscience Network Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to Dr. Michael E Philcox 21st October 2016 Recently, I was delighted to be commissioned by Dr. Bettina Stefanini on behalf of the “Irish Geoscience Network” (IGN) to create a unique sculpture for a life-time achievement award […]
Pelvis: photograph Aisling Mc Coy. The 9 Stones Artists exhibition “The Possibilities of Place” is being launched tomorrow – Saturday 9th July at 3.00pm at Visual, Centre of Contemporary Art along with 3 other shows: The Possibilities of Place: The 9 Stones Artists Ex Michina: […]
Its been a Pear shaped year!! I did these pears earlier in the year. Now, I am cooking from the Happy Pear cookbook and we ate there the other day. They were shown with the “9 stones artists” for the Carlow Arts Festival (May 2015).