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Artwork Completed, in Progress or in Preparation (2007)
In Preparation

Limerick Castle, Co. Limerick, c.1227, 1243, 1300 and 1642. Four serial reconstruction drawings illustrating the progressive development of the castle (ink on cartridge paper at A1), proposed for permanent exhibition on site by Shannon Heritage (the site manager) and variously for publication.

In Progress

Tintern Abbey, Co. Wexford, c.1250, 1350, 1500, 1625 and 1850 (2007). One large reconstruction drawing (ink on cartridge paper at A1), one medium-sized reconstruction drawing (ink and colour on cartridge paper at A3), and a series of five outline reconstruction drawings illustrating the development of the abbey (ink on cartridge paper at A3), commissioned by the Office of Public Works for permanent exhibition on site and variously for publication.

Roscommon Castle, Co. Roscommon, c.1320 and 1625 (2007). Two serial reconstruction drawings illustrating the progressive development of the castle (ink on cartridge paper at A3), commissioned by Roscommon County Castle for a visitor's guide to the castle.

Kilkenny Castle, Co. Kilkenny, c.1395 and 1700 (2007). Two serial reconstruction drawings illustrating the progressive development of the castle (ink on cartridge paper at A3), commissioned by the Historic Properties Division of the Office of Public Works for a visitor's guide to the castle.

Completed

The Copper Coast 19th Century Mines, Co Waterford (2005-2007). Four reconstruction drawings (ink on cartridge paper at A1), Tankardstown Mine c.1870 (2005), The Dressing Floors at Bunmahon c.1860 (2006), Stage Cove Copper Yard c.1860 (2006) and The Copper Coast Mining District (2007), commissioned by Copper Coast Geopark Ltd for permanent exhibition on the relevant sites and variously for publication.

St Brendan's Medieval House, Co. Limerick, c. 1500 (2006). Single reconstruction drawing (ink on cartridge paper at A2), commissioned by the Office of Public Works for permanent exhibition on site.

Listowel Castle, Co. Kerry, c.1550 (2005). Single reconstruction drawing (ink on cartridge paper at A2), commissioned by the Office of Public Works for permanent exhibition on site.

Newcastle West Castle, Co. Limerick, c. 1450 (2004). Single reconstruction drawing (ink on cartridge paper at A1), commissioned by the Office of Public Works for permanent exhibition on site.

The Inner Gatehouse, Adare Castle (cutaway), Co. Limerick, c.1270 (2004). Illustration (ink on tracing film at A3) commissioned for publication as part of an article on Adare Castle by Lar Dunne in: From ringforts to fortified houses: essays on medieval monuments in honour of David Sweetman, edited by Conleth Manning, Wordwell, 2007.

High Island, Co. Galway, c.1300 (1999). Illustration (ink on cartridge paper at A3) commissioned for publication in High Island: An Irish Monastery in the Atlantic by Jenny White Marshall & Grellan D. Rourke, Town House & Country House, 2000.

Ross Castle, Co. Kerry, c.1500, 1700 and 1800 (1996). Three serial reconstruction drawings illustrating the progressive development of the castle (ink on cartridge paper at A1), commissioned by Dúchas for permanent exhibition on site. One example published in: Ross Castle Visitor's Guide, Dúchas, c.2000; Ross Castle by Donal and Jane Fenlon in Killarney: History & Heritage, edited by Jim Larner, Collins Press, 2005 (page 70, unattributed).

Ardfert Cathedral Site, Co. Kerry, c.1080, 1180, 1300, 1450 and 1500 (1994). Five serial reconstruction drawings illustrating the progressive development of the site (ink on cartridge paper at A2 and A3), commissioned by Dúchas for permanent exhibition on site. Examples published in: L'Art Médiéval En Irlande by Peter Harbison, Zodiaque, 1998; The Golden Age of Irish Art: The Medieval Achievement by Peter Harbison, Thames & Hudson, 1999; Ardfert Cathedral Site Visitor's Guide, Dúchas, c.2000.

Kells Augustinian Priory, Co. Kilkenny, c.1475 (1990). Single reconstruction drawing, for private gift (ink on cartridge paper at A1). Published in: The Augustinian Priory of Kells, Co. Kilkenny - An Exploration by Daniel Tietzsch-Tyler, K.R.E.T.E., 1993; The Other Kells by Peter Harbison in Ireland of the Welcomes, Bord Failte, 1993; The Medieval Monasteries of the Augustinian Canons Regular by Dermot Doggett in Archaeology Ireland, Volume 10, No. 1 and No. 2, 1996); Kells Priory, Co. Kilkenny: archaeological excavations by T. Fanning and M. Clyne by Miriam Clyne, Stationery Office, Dublin, 2006.

 

 


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