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Roger Harley

Roger always had an interest in working with shape and design and works to combine the two techniques, so that what result is not merely an piece of pottery, but a form of sculpture that can be admired for it’s balance and movement in decoration. It can move from having a two dimensional surface to …

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John Sherlock

John Sherlock is an Irish born man from Limerick city. He was first introduced to pottery whilstin South Africa where he lived for 27 years. John spent 7 years working with a local potterbefore creating a business with his partner. When returning home to Limerick in 1999 Johnenrolled in the Limerick College of Art and …

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Hedi ONeill

Hedi works with clay and colour making a range of ceramic tableware in iconic shapes and forms – each pot uniquely, brightly hand-painted to create a distinct functional piece. She lives and works in Dingle on the Wild Atlantic west coast of Ireland for over 20 years.  Essentially a fishing and farming village, Dingle is …

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Michael Kennedy

Michael Kennedy has created both functional pottery and ceramic sculptures for Irish people over the last 30 years. He is one of Ireland’s leading ceramic artists. His work, unique and original, evokes all that is west of Ireland, from the motive energy of the Atlantic to the delicate colours and forms of the wild flowers, …

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Ian Pollock

Dublin born sculptor Ian Pollock is primarily a self-taught artist and has spent his career working in the Cast Foundry in the Liberties area of Dublin. Working exclusively in bronze, Pollock has worked with art ever since he was a young child. His work is a three dimensional diary of his daily existence. His bronzes …

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Seamus Connolly

Seamus Connolly is one of Ireland’s leading bronze sculptors, best known for his highly acclaimed life-size portraits. These include his most recent sculpture of the latePresident of America, John Fitzgerald Kenndy on the 1st May 2019. Unveiled by Vice President of the European Parliament, Mairead McGuinness. In 2018 a life-size bust of the late Anthony …

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Liz Burgess

Liz was born in Dublin and grew up in Kildavin Co Carlow .She studied Industrial Design at Carlow RTC. Moving to New York in 1981 and was introduced to clay and instantly knew that this was going to be her future . She was an apprentice to various New York Artists before becoming an assistant …

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Liam Butler

Liam Butler originally hails from County Kilkenny. He worked as an industrial welder for many years in Germany and America, before returning to Ireland. He now lives in County Galway where he has been creating metal shapes and forms for nearly thirty years. His professional career gave him a complete understanding and mastery of his …

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Elizabeth O’Kane

Elizabeth O’Kane is a sculptor and painter, originally from Northern Ireland, now working inDublin. Her work follows the realist tradition. Her sculptures are figurative and focus on anatomy,portraiture, and movement. She works in bronze and stone.Her watercolours are strongly architectural, delicately painted onto carefully drafteddrawings. Detailed cityscapes set in strong sunlight and bold shadows offer …

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Krystyna Pomeroy

Born in Wiltshire, England Krystyna Pomeroy lives on the Loop Head peninsula in CoClare for ov er thirty years. She is a self-taught artist best known for her pared downanimal and bird forms.For several years Krys worked with clay and for the past fifteen years she has usedpaper as a sculptural medium.Krys’ range of creative …

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