Poetry Day Ireland 2019

Poetry Day on May 2nd was a little taster for things to come at the Amergin Solstice Poetry Gathering in June!  This year’s Amergin Solstice Poetry Gathering in Waterville from 20th-23rd June will have an environmental angle and includes poets from Ireland and Galicia. The full programme of readings and workshops is now available on www.amerginpoetry.com

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Intersection sculpture installed in Winchester

 Intersection has just been installed in Winchester’s George’s Street, marking the ancient and current history of the site. It’s flying buttress references the long demolished church of St. Ruan, while the post and beam architecture of the Casson Block is represented in the crossing steel framework.

 

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Exhibition ‘Back to the Roots’ opens 2nd September

Group show of ten artists with their roots in Schmallenberg, Germany opens Saturday, 2nd September in the Kunsthaus Alte Mühle, showing more than a dozen of my sculptures, informed by Ireland’s Atlantic seaboard. 

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Ireland's Largest Bell celebrates Columbanus

The 4.8m high bronze bell-shaped work Fluctus Angelorum celebrates the achievements of Columbanus who left Bangor Abbey in the 6th century to  bring Celtic Christianity to Northern Italy. The Public sculpture was installed on Thursday after its long journey from West Cork.

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