We promote distinction in the field of sculpture in the medium of bronze.
The robust, Celtic inspired work of Hans Blank impresses.
Humour pervades the work of Bob Quinn. The one he’s working on is always his favourite!
After an initial career as a marine biologist, John Coll turned to his passion for making sculpture. His deep interest in our marine environment continues to inspire his works.
For Fidelma Massey the image of the moon speaks of cyclical time-rhythm; the way things change but remain the same.
Elongated women by James McCarthy glide gracefully through space.
Self-taught sculptor Kevin John works with steel, manipulating the often-recycled material into beautiful unique art forms infused with a touch of quirkiness.
Seamus Connolly captures the essence of his subject and brings it from inception through to finished bronze in his own foundry in Clare.
For Lone Beiter the primal patterns expressed by sea and wind in the contours of the mountains and on the beach, are integral. She captures these elements with a playful exuberance.
Lynne’s ceramic wildlife resonate with the natural world capturing the character and individuality of the creatures they reflect.