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Nicola Henley

Textiles

I teach and facilitate across a wide range of disciplines though often specialise in the textile or print areas. Dyeing, screen print, batik, wax resist, block printing, stencil work, watercolour and wax, Felt making, lino/monoprint, tie-dye, collage, mixed media. I have 25 yrs teaching experience with all age groups and abilities.

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Ruth Duignan

Textile and Paper Crafts. Materials, Irish Tweed, Irish Linen, Wools, Silks, cottons and paper

I have been involved in teaching at primary, secondary, post leaving cert and third level.
I have guest lectured in Fashion at the Limerick School or Art and Design.

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Aoife O’Toole

Millinery, textiles and mixed media construction

Working as an arts and craft facilitator combines my interests in making and working with people

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Ciara Harrison

Fabric and Fibre. Paper Making

I am a maker specialising in the discipline of textiles and mixed media. I hold a Bachelor of Textile Design from the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), Dublin where I specialised in embroidered textiles.

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Miranda Corcoran

Mosaic, Textile Batik, Painted textiles, Printed textiles, Felt, Collage.

Many of my commissions are from schools who would like to enhance their school environments by creating permanent artworks either indoors or in the school grounds.

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Sean Corcoran

Mosaic, Stained Glass, Funky Furniture, Interior Design, Digital Art, Animation

I have been making both stained glass and mosaic for over 20 years. Most of my work these days is commissioned.

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Michelle Maher

Ceramics

Michelle Maher is an award winning ceramic artist in professional practice since 2003. Her ceramic sculptures are an exploration of colour and texture.

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Carmel Balfe

Puppet Maker

I have been making puppets professionally since 1999. Working for theatre, television, schools . . .

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Maeve Sookram

Ceramics

I studied Environmental Design in DIT, graduating with a degree in Interior Design.

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Frances Kilcommins

Ceramics

Frances Kilcommins is ceramic Artist based in Galway, although specialising in ceramics she also has experience working in a variety of disciplines.

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Niki Collier

Felting, e-craft

Niki Collier is a designer who develops innovative products in moulded textiles.

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Henri Hedou

Ceramics

I have run my own workshop for the last 26 years but have been immersed in the ceramic world for over 40 years.

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Elena Brennan

Jewellery

I was a free lance jewellery designer and master pattern maker for the trade in Dublin, before going out on my own in 2009. I studied a degree in Fine Craft Design, Jewellery, in Belfast at the University of Ulster in York street, for 4 years

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Ciara O’ Sullivan

Ceramics

Since graduating from LSAD in 2010, with an honours degree. I have continued to create work from my studio in Bennettsbridge. I work mostly in slipcast porcelain, with a lot of my day to day work being in lighting design.

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Michelle-rose Quinn

Ceramics

I am a ceramic artist, currently based in Drogheda, Co .Louth.
I have obtained a pass degree in Fine Art from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology

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Phil Stewart

Textiles

My interests led me to study Environmental Management at DIT 1983-86 followed by Art and Design at Dunlaoghaire Collage of Art and Design

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Patricia Gurgel-Segrillo

Jewellery

In my native Brazil, in London and San Francisco, I have trained and worked in a diverse range of disciplines, through oil painting, silk-screen printing, film animation, hat design and manufacture, gemology, ergonomics, interior accessories and jewellery-making

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Melissa MacGillycuddy

Printmaking

I have been a textile designer for 20 years, among other collections I have designed High Street Children’s soft furnishings, cards and wrapping paper.

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Kate Ramsey

Feltmaking

Kate Ramsey is an award winning feltmaker, who specialises in producing unique hand-dyed fashion accessories.

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Lorraine Bowen

Textiles

I established a textile design studio producing hand printed and hand painted fabrics and products for the premium craft, fashion and gift markets in 1994.

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Marika Miklosi Manning

Textiles

I am a textile artist living in Co. Kilkenny, born in Berlin. I have been practising feltmaking and textile art since 2006.

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Lynn Naughton

Textiles

I am a textile artist living in Roscommon. I design and create wall hangings using a variety of mixed media.

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Lisa Fahy

Jewellery

Originally from Little Falls, NY, I moved to Ireland in February 2008, I was a Museum Educator at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Jodi Coyne

Ceramics

A Ceramic craftsperson working mainly with sculptural forms, using a variety of clay bodies and glazes

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Jane Groves

Mixed Media

I am a mixed media craft artist. I often construct with wire and textiles. I also create large outdoor sculptures using hazel, willow and paper.

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Johnny Shiels

Spinning/Woodworking

I come from a family tradition of wheel-right and coopers.

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Caroline Schofield

Textiles

I studied textiles in NCAD majoring in Weaving. After my studies I worked for REHAB where I set up a Desk Top Publishing Business with People with Mental Health issues.

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Helen Faulkner

Ceramics

Helen Faulkner is a potter and arts facilitator based in Thomastown Co. Kilkenny.

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Gerlinde Kugler

Glass Making - Stained

I worked as an artist in textiles, free patchwork and embroidery, silk painting, acrylics, watercolours and pastels. Additionally I learned silversmithing, mosaics and stained glass.

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Gabriella McGrath

Textiles

As a maker I design and create bespoke pieces using weaving, feltmaking, basketry, tailoring techniques and skills working with a wide variety of materials.

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Fiona Smith-Darragh

Ceramics and Bronze

Fiona Smith-Darragh was born in Bedfordshire, and brought up in Worcestershire, England. From an early age her great loves were wildlife and horses.

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Emer O'Sullivan

Ceramics

I graduated in 2000 with a first class honours degree in contemporary crafts from Manchester Metropolitan University. I had my first ceramics studio in an educational gallery in Wigan and started facilitating workshops there as well as in schools.

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Breda Marron

Willow, mixed media such as feathers, wire, fabric and natural found materials

The work is inspired by mythology, literature, nature and people.

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Dave Gorman

Carpentry and wood carving

I have worked as a carpenter for 15 years and I have been wood carving in my spare time since I was 13 years old. I gave my first woodcarving workshop at an exhibition in Multyfarnham several years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Anke Eckardt

Wooden boatbuilding and furniture making

Upon leaving school, I studied Physics at UCC. My fascination for the way in which wooden boatbuilding brings together traditional craft, science and creativity led me to undertake training at IBTC in Lowestoft,UK, where I obtained my City & Guilds in Wooden Boatbuilding in 1995.

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Anne Mc Donnell

Printmaking

I graduated from Limerick School of Art And Design in 1997 with a degree in Fine Art Printmaking In May 1998

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Annabel Konig

Mosaicist, Sculpture Work, Prop Making

I have organized classes and taught children of all ages and backgrounds over the past 20 years.

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Ann Duggan

Textiles

Through exploring the overlapping interests of Art, Fashion, Fabrics, Stitch, Craft, Design, Nature, Travel, Drawing, I now create contemporary textile art pieces, incorporating classic hand techniques and even current technology.

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Aidan Power

Ceramics

My main discipline is ceramic art where I specialise in handbuilding. My pieces take on a variety of different forms from vessel to figurine with purposes ranging from the purely decorational to contemporary commentary on society today. While being rooted in the traditional handbuilding methods of slab-building and sculpting. I also can incorporate product design tech ...

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Sonia Caldwell

Mixed Media

I was born in 1974 in Dublin and after art college I went on to develop my own art which led me to Zimbabwe where I picked up stone carving. I have also painted a lot and have exhibited both sculpture and paintings in Dublin and Cork. An interest in art therapy led me to work in addiction centres which started my work as an art facilitator.
In 2003 I moved to Ski ...

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Una Ní Shé

Textiles

The Cork-born artist graduated from the National College of Art and Design in 1980. She works in media including felt, print and drawing. Her work includes felt sculptures photographed as part of remote and natural environments, multi-media explorations of creativity and sound with musicians, and studies in chalk and fibre of the life and energy found in bones and the d ...

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Karen McArdle

Textiles

I am a Bachelor of Design honours Textile Design Graduate from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. I have obtained a number of skills on my course in Embroidery, Printed textiles, and Woven textiles. While working with the fashion designer, Gwendolynne, in Melbourne, Australia, I designed a range of beaded
and embroidered designs for dresses, which lat ...

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Arlene Shawcross

Textiles

My main area of craft expertise is textiles. I am particularly skilled in free-machine embroidery and hand embroidery including a range of related techniques such as appliqué and piecing . I also dye fabrics and threads and make silk paper. I work with a variety of fabrics including soluble fabrics, sheer fabrics and velvets and a variety of threads.I also use fibres a ...

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Mary Markey

Metal craft, Fibre Art & Textiles

Having recently completed a Higher National Diploma in Fibre Art and Textile Design, I enjoy designing three-dimensional pieces inspired by nature

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Maeve Hunter

Textile Artist

I am a Textile artist primarily interested in colour, texture and how to manipulate fabric. I do a lot of dyeing, stitching, batik and printing on fabric for both Textile Art and products like scarves, bags and jewellery.

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Debra Bowden

Printmaker, Multi Media

Debra graduated with a BA (Hons) in Printmaking from Dundee University in 2002 and in 2006 became the first Irish artist to be awarded a scholarship to the Nagasawa Art Project, Japan to train with Master Japanese Woodblock Printmakers.

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Jane Seymour

Ceramist

I have been a practising ceramist for 18 years, specializing in handbuilt smokefired work. I teach pottery skills in handbuilding, decorating and glazing. I also teach feltmaking, glass painting and lino printing.

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Dorinda McCormack

Textiles, Spinner and Weaver

Dorinda McCormack is a textile artist and educationalist, specialising in spinning and weaving.

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Hilary Doherty

Textiles, Constructed Textiles

My main craft discipline is Fashion & Textiles specialising in Constructed Textiles: Woven Fabric with Hand & Machine Knitting. Other craft disciplines include the following: Dressmaking, Hand & Machine Appliqué, Hand & Machine
Embroidery, Felt Making, Silk Painting, Batik, a Range of Printing Techniques – Screen, Block, Lino & Poly ...

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Lian Callaghan

Textiles, Mixed media constructing

Visual Artist with experience in film (costumes), interiors (special effects, murals, gilding) and theatre (costumes and scenic artist). Involved in uses of willow and works and teaches all things willow, to artists, gardeners and environmental groups. Runs public Engagement Events combining willow with wool in many different applications. From Feb-April 2011, worked in ...

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Vivienne Martin

Textiles

A graduate from Galway/Mayo Institute of Technology in 2009. Born in Limerick, Vivienne received a first class honors degree in textile design. She currently specializes in high end, statement fashion accessories that are highly intricate, delicate and striking in design. Vivienne was the winner of the Institute of Ireland Graduate Award in Fashion & Textiles, 2009 ...

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Victoria Foutz

Jewellery

A citizen of both Ireland and Colombia, I was born in Bogota and educated in the United States. After graduating form college, I moved to Rome, Italy and resided there from 1986 to 1995 where I freelanced in the Italian motion picture industry as a wardrobe design consultant. Concurrently, I worked in the Italian fashion industry in marketing and display.

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Tina O’Rourke

Textiles

My background initially was in theatre costume design and directing. I then re-trained as an interior designer and colour therapist and went on to work within the design industry and the retail sector. While working there I became aware of the sheer quantity of waste, in particular domestic and commercial textiles.

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Sheila Jordan

Ceramics, Textiles

I studied ceramic design and worked as a potter for a number of years. I have delivered the CCoI CRAFTed programme to two schools in Kilkenny in 2010 and 2011 and have given craft workshops with primary school, secondary school and community groups in the CCoI Gallery and during Kilkenny Arts Week, also in the Education Centre in Kilkenny.

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Orla O’Grady

Jewellery

Orla O’Grady produces fine art metal sculptures, installations and Jewellery from gold, silver, copper and wood. Her concepts are based around personal experiences and emotions and how we conceal these to the people around us daily. Previously, she has used the envelope as a metaphor for the barrier of flesh that we use to conceal our emotions from others. Traditional ...

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Orla Kaminska

Clay Mosaics Mixed Media Drawing Collage

Orla Kaminska graduated in 1987, from National College Art & Design Dublin. She was born and lives in Ireland and has worked as a professional ceramic artist and designer for over twenty five years; her experience that has involved her in the many aspects of clay and mosaics and her work is held in public and private collections, including Office of Public Works an ...

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Natasha Heaslip

Jewellery

Natasha has taught various workshops to both Primary and secondary schools, including an outreach programme run by London city over eight weeks in a girls school ages 14 &15. She set up the adult education jewellery course in Forest Gate, London, wrote syllabus for 3 levels and taught this for 2 years, one day a week…

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Michael Ray

Ceramics, Metal working

Michael was born in England. After finishing his degree in three-dimensional design, he lectured in Art and Design and established a successful pottery business during the 1980s. In 1990, he relocated to West Cork, and began producing ceramic and bronze vessels.

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Mary Murphy

Jewellery

A native of Armagh, I graduated with B.A. Hons Fine Craft Design/Jewellery from The University of Ulster, Belfast in 1988. I then moved to Dublin where I gained experience working with established Jewellery Designers and Goldsmiths before returning to Armagh in 2001 where I set up my own business.

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Mairead Holohan

Textiles

I have worked with many different groups, from workshops delivered in community halls, working with Women’s groups of all kinds from Country women, to Travellers using creative sewing and Batik and Silk and painting, as well as Crafts Council and Butler Gallery funded projects in schools. I have gone into schools and done the ‘Mural’ on the wall.

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Lynsey de Burca

Jewellery, Mixed media constructing

I enjoy learning new crafts and techniques and working with new materials. I have enrolled in several short courses such as basketry, felt making, and fine art painting. I graduated from NCAD in 2005 with a Bachelor of Design Degree in Metal Design. I have since established my jewellery business – I create precious and non‐precious jewellery items. I supply several ...

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Liadain Butler

Textiles

Liadain is a designer with a bachelor of arts in fashion design 2001 and a postgraduate diploma in knit technology 2002. She has a fetac distinction award in community arts in practice and has worked with Kildare VEC, Kildare Arts service, Crafts council of Ireland, The Ark cultural centre for children in Dublin and with various community groups such as over 55s,refuge ...

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Gina Faustino

Textiles, Paper working

I am an interior architect and a textile artist. As a textile artist I work primarily with natural fibres such as wool and silk. I also work with paper mostly in the area of modular origami. I make one-off limited edition pieces of fibre-art, wearable art and fashion accessories.

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Deirdre Rogers

Glass making

Deirdre Rogers is a designer who works in a variety of glass forming techniques and set up her studio in 1996. She received her BDes in Glass from the National College of Art & Design and a post-graduate diploma from Orrefors Glaskolan in Sweden. As well as commission work, Deirdre facilitates art, craft and glass-led projects in schools, strengthening her interest ...

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Claire Noons

Ceramics

I studied at the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork.Where I received a B.A. (ord) Degree and a B.A. (hons) Degree in Ceramic Design after which I studied for a Post-Grad Dip in Teaching and Learning for further and higher education at Waterford I.T.

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