Festival of the Fires, Electric Picnic, Body & Soul Festival
A harvest Goddess in Irish Mythology, Foster mother of Lugh, it was said that she cleared the plains for agriculture and then died from exhaustion. Lugh then held the first Aonach Tailten or Lughnasadh games in her honour.
180 x 280cm (WxH)
For the new Hazelwood Stage at Electric Picnic 2016, We took the traditional Scroll artwork from Horse-drawn Wagons and set them floating amongst the trees in this magical area.
The Celtic tree of Life dressed in Autumn leaves for the Samhain Celebrations at Tlachtga, The Hill of Ward. Co Meath.
300 x 300cm (WxH)
Celtic Tree of Life
The Celtic Tree of Life sculpture/seating area was created for the Body & Soul Festival at Ballinlough 2016.
Each side represents one of the Cardinal Directions and also the corresponding season. Winter in the North, Spring to the East, Summer in the South and Autumn in the West.
Horn sculpture, constructed from Hazel rods and fabric. There were solar faerie lights inside the fabric so this sculpture glowed softly at night, guiding people to this gateway, leading to the 'Catstone' at Festival of the Fires in 2010.
Danu. Light weight cement with mosaic, soil and plants. Created on the Hill of Uisneach for Festival of the Fires 2011.