“Land/Marks” exhibition travels to Kilkenny

Natural Rotation 2023

“Natural Rotation” hangs and gently rotates in the air, it’s shadow is integral to its form. Porcelain ceramic sculpture with acrylic disc 42cm diameter x 75cm.

Alternative view

This is the fourth in the LAND/MARKS triennial group exhibition series which continues the ethos of celebrating the diverse range and breadth of contemporary ceramic work being created in Ireland and by Irish Artists outside of Ireland.

Location: DCCI National Design & Craft Gallery, Castle Yard, Kilkenny from 15th Feb until 23rd May 2023.


Installation view
Outside the venue

Unfortunately “Land/Marks” exhibition closed for 3 weeks due to Dublin level 3 Covid Restrictions

Ceramic Ireland announced the closure today on social media platforms. Photo credit Rory Moore

It’s sad to see this happening today but nothing I can do about it and hopefully we will be back open again 12th October 🤞


Harvesting Physalis Alkekengi “ Chinese Lanterns” today for making another hanging piece, the work goes on !

Lovely mention in Ceramics Now international Magazine

Wonderful to see an online feature about the Ceramics Ireland “Land Marks “ Exhibition in Farmleigh Gallery, Pheonix Park Dublin.

A view of my hanging piece “Cascade”

Click on the link below to see the online article and more photographs of the exhibition which is now on until 31st October –

Land/Marks exhibition is now on view at Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin

Land Marks Exhibition

I had the pleasure of visiting the Land Marks Exhibition the other day, it’s so well worth the Visit. I’m in good Company, top Ceramic Artists work on display here all under one roof. And what a venue it is too ! Farmleigh House Gallery, Pheonix Park, Dublin. http://farmleigh.ie/gallery/

Free entry, until 31st October. Delighted with the lighting and situation of all my work.

“Cascade” my hanging piece here.
A selection of my Coral and Shell sculptures along with Aisling McElwain’s wonderful work