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The snow has melted and spring has come! See Eamonn’s new 2014 Spring Collection on the Gallery page. Click here.

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Article in Australian newspaper the Irish Echo about Eamonn’s “Heart of Ireland” exhibition in Sydney.

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In exciting news, Eamonn will be presenting a collection of his sculptures in his first international exhibition. The “Heart of Ireland” exhibition will be held on the 8th -10th January, 2014 at The Gaelic Club in Sydney city.

This will be the largest exhibition of ancient Irish Bog Oak ever seen in Australia.

Special thanks to The Gaelic Club for hosting the Exhibition and to the Wicklow Enterprise Board and Irish Consulate Sydney for their support.

Venue: The Gaelic Club – Level 1, 64 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia

Phone: +61 2 9212 1587

Exhibition Hours:   Wed 8th  January 2014 – 11am to 7pm

                                 Thu 9th January 2014 – 11am to 7pm

                                  Fri 10th January 2014 – 11am to 3pm

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Eamonn had the recent pleasure of meeting Anne Doyle, newsreader from Ireland’s RTÉ Television at the opening of his exhibition at Ranelagh Art Centre in Dublin. 


Eamonn with Anne Doyle

Exciting new line up of bog oak that Eamonn will be working on in the coming months. The difficult question is which piece to pick first?

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