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Dry Stone Walling
Commission for Glenarm Castle, Northern Ireland
Mosaic commission for Glenarm Castle.
Sunny Wieler featured in Spirit of Ireland Magazine
Thank you to the Spirit of Ireland Magazine for featuring me in their Spring/Summer 2020 edition. In the article I talk about how growing up
Pebble Mosaic for Kempinski Hotel München, Germany
This summer I was Commissioned by FG stijl architects in Amsterdam to create a mosaic for their renovation project at Hotel Vier...
'Fishers of knowledge'. Creative space
This project is funded by the Per Cent for Art scheme. This is a government initiative, first introduced in 1978, whereby 1% of the cost...
Stone seating area Greystones
Here is a stone seating area I just finished for a garden in Greystones just outside Dublin City. The seating area was to go into a...
Earlier in the year I was commissioned under the Per Cent for Art scheme to create a sculpture for a secondary school in Drogheda Co....
Building a courtyard classroom
Here is a look at my latest outdoor classroom project I completed recently. In early 2015 Scoil Mhuire National School in Lucan, Co....
Almost a year late, but here is the story of my involvement in Bloom in the Park garden show last year. Picking up icy cold stones in...
An Outdoor Classroom
Having this sculptural outdoor classroom project for a school as my first large public work was both challenging and rewarding. Following...
The Family Tree Mosaic
As part of the sculptural outdoor classroom that I am working on at the moment for a school here in Dublin, I was asked to incorporate a...
Happy New Year and reflecting back on 2012
Happy New Year everyone. I feel the need to write a new blog post as I have been neglecting to do so over the past six months or...
Making a mosaic
Here is a picture of a project I recently finished for an artist in West Cork. The mosaic in the center was actually a bit of an...
More on Stone Benches
So I have talked about stone benches on a number of occasions, and now I am going to talk about them some more. I just had a lady asking...
Stone seats, the building process.
A few months back I wrote a post ‘Stone Chairs. Some ancient some not so ancient…Yet….’ in which I mentioned that one of my favorite...