Another of my Dragon Guitars suited and booted.

A privilege to work on this lovely instrument built by the immensely talented Luthier Mr Stephen McClenaghan – who can now be found at the legendary Lowden factory in Downpatrick. Looking forward to hearing how it sounds.   #guitar #pyrography #hand built #instrument #dragon

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 :-)

So very proud of this picture

So very proud of this picture - this is Gavin Ferris playing the Catherwood Dragon Guitar - I drew the body shape to be held and played within the engineering parameters laid down by my clever Luthier husband Dr John Catherwood. The details - our bog oak Drumlin inlay and the bridge I drew shapes for, for the headstock I designed and burned the Catherwood logo and the Dragon herself I burned onto the top of the soundboard with the #firewriter I keep going on about. Gavin played it for the first time beautifully and memorably at the Ards International Guitar Festival a few weeks ago. Lovely photo taken by the really talented Michael Barbour / 2nd Shooter.

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

The Dragon

For those of you who have been following the story, the Catherwood Dragon Guitar is finished, sprayed and strung up, it sounds brilliant, and its new owner is utterly thrilled with it. A great project to work on, the design was inspired by #Gameofthrones #GoT, part of which is filmed here in Northern Ireland, and the madly talented new owner Gavin Ferris. I loved working with Gavin and the guys at Catherwood Guitars, it was a really special project. #pyrography #acoustic #guitar #art

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'.