'An Bád Dearg', Termonfeckin, Co. LouthThe inspiration for this sculpture commission came from spending time with the students of Scoil Naomh Feckin, their local environment and the shipwreck on Baltray beach. Read more >>

'Eirímís', Ballyfermot People's Park, DublinThe sculpture was inspired by the local people, their connections, their sense of belonging and their hope, which is at the heart of the Ballyfermot community. Read More >>

'Heart Space', Dundalk, Co Louth

The essence of the sculpture links back to the Celtic concept of an 'Anam Cara', the Irish phrase for a soul friend. One who sees and accepts you for who you are and reflects your inner light back to you. Read more >>

'Wings to Fly, roots to Return to', CBS School, DundalkThe inspiration for this sculpture installation began with the Irish name of County Louth - Lú – which comes from Lugh, the God of Light. He was also the father of Cúchulainn. Lugh fell in love with Dechtire who was betrothed to another. He put a spell on Dechtire and her fifty maidens that put them into a deep sleep. He then made them appear as a flock of birds and flew them to Brú na Boinne. Read more >>

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