A new series of paintings delving into personal memories, warped by time, superstition and fairytales.
The intertwining legends of Bride, the spirit of Spring, and the Cailleach, the hag of Winter
After Seamus Heaney's sonnet, dreams are revealed in the Donegal landscape.
An Irish folktale unlike any other I have read, sourced from a book by Irish folklore collector Jeremiah Curtin.
The sense of danger and deep set superstition of the harsh northern landscape is reflected in a glass mountain and the devil's glen.
Fear is found in stories dragged from the murky depths of Scottish rivers