Romantic pyrography / wood burning, irish landscape with white moon and trees, two small figures.

Kingfisher Craft Gallery

Two of my latest wood burnings, some lovely moody watercolour and ink trees and two of my favourite Angel Feathers now for sale at the gorgeous Kingfisher Craft Gallery. It is a real delight to have my work alongside such illustrious company. Do pop down and take a look if … Continue reading

Exhibition – Art All Wrapped Up

Two pieces submitted for Exhibition at  ‘All Wrapped Up’ exhibition at Lisburn Island Centre The exhibition will take place in the Community Arts Walkway at ISLAND Arts Centre opening 4th Dec 2015 until 22nd Jan 2016. Click on the images to see them larger, or see them at the exhibition :) … Continue reading


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Dark rain lands gently

New pyrography in the shop. The #Firewriter strikes again:-) The last of the cards too and just three cushion covers left so take a look if you are interested :-)

Painted Ceramics

Transforming a miscellany of plain jugs and vases into these colourful, mini works of art, unique designs and an interesting development of my work onto 3D objects.

Kingfisher Gallery Killyleagh

I dream of burning the burns of dreaming. One of my favourite places Kingfisher Craft Gallery in Killyleagh has agreed to take some of my work. It is in illustrious company, most of the stock is sourced locally, and we have such talent in the country, it’s well worth a … Continue reading


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Delighted to say that 2 of my works have been selected

Delighted to say that 2 of my works have been selected for the Living Local Exchange exhibition! Currently n the Back Wall Gallery, Dundonald: 27th August – 5th September then moving to the Community Arts Walkway, Lisburn: 11th September – 3rd October. This is the second piece, the wood burning called 'it was a miracle of rare device'.

Volcanic Sunset

This was painted in France in 2008 and was inspired by the striking effects of the volcanic ash from the Icelandic eruption. It’s one of a series painted at different times of the day.