Site update 7 March 2018
The scrolls are individually hand drawn first in pencil, inked using a nib pen and india ink and finally painted in Acrylic.
Each scroll takes approximately two days minimum to create.
The most outstanding secular metalwork of the early medieval period is the silver-gilt brooch known as the “Tara” Brooch… The brooch appears to have been lost close to the shore at Bettystown, Co. Meath, where it lay until its discovery in the nineteenth century. So splendid and delicate is the workmanship, that it was assumed to have been associated with the kings of Tara.
Specially commissioned by the National Museum of Ireland
This is going to be a new print released in Summer 2018.
Cross of Lir Print
Sacred Heart of Jesus Print
The Tonns Wave Print
All prints are signed in pencil by John and come with a signed certificate of authenticity.
All Prints are professionally printed with light-fast archival inks on 350 gsm A4 heavyweight conservative board.
The prints are all shipped flat and come with a backing board to ensure that they arrive with you in perfect condition.
Wrap around Designs for a range of ceramic coffee Mugs
Coming soon to our Shop
Kilclooney Dolmen wraparound ceramic mug design
Queen Maeve wraparound ceramic mug design
Celtic man and bird wraparound ceramic mug design
Dolmen - Carrowmore, County Sligo.
All images, graphics, and content on these pages unless stated are © Copyright John Quigley 2018