Fáilte! Welcome!


Bhí lá  álainn againn i rith Féile Ealaíne an Sciobairín agus cúpla eile ag teacht! Great start to the Skibbereen Art Festival in a sun-soaked 49 North St., Skibbereen yesterday. Ceol uaimse. More to come: Pop-up Gaeltacht and the wonderful Julie Goo ag léamh ar an Déardaoin i mo theanntsa. See http://www.skibbereenartsfestival.com/



Delighted to have been part of the both Ballydehob Trad Festival and the Fastnet Maritime & Folk Festival:

The Given Note – A Morning of Poetry and Song 

was a lovely morning of poetry and music from a host of talented people. A great start to the festival and great to be mingling in public again! I know I had fun!!!


Tabhair tacaíocht d’ealaíontóirí áitiúla!

Support artists you know, who are local, who need your support!

Ceol! Leabhair! Music! Books! 

le Paul Ó Colmáin:

New work: Jazz Book, a limited edition artbook of lino prints of Jazz Greats


also: i ndomhain a lino print series.


Both books & cds also available in the wonderful

 Forest & Flock, Bantry.

Ranganna agus ceardlanna Gaeilge agus ealaíona trí Ghaeilge (óg is aosta) le fail.

Irish classes and art classes/ workshops through Irish available for young & old.


Uisce faoi thalamh. Hidden. Buried.

In practising my Art, I am  attempting to uncover an artefact in this bog that belongs to me.

“…glimpsed with atavistic instinct…”

Our language, Culture and Landscape are all connected. I cannot separate them.

“…gan teanga: gan anam..”

Like the Early Christian Irish monks, I seek to describe and marvel at Nature and express my response to it. Then to explore that response. To imagine and re-imagine.

My visual art, poetry and music and language are intertwined.

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