Thursday, 5 July 2012

Weeks 2 & 3 at Brú na Bóinne

The exhibition at Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre is finally over and I wanted to update this blog but problems with broadband put a stop to that. 
Today we are back online so here are photos of the models, visitors and friends.
As always a big 'thank you' to everyone who found time to talk, bought cards and signed the visitor's book. 
We had a wonderful exhibition, the feedback was great and yes, if I can find an interested publisher I would love to write a book to include the pictures and the research.
(I will post some of the research here as promised so please keep checking for new posts.)

I also want to thank Clare Tuffy and all the staff at the Visitor Centre, shop and Brambles Café - who made sure there was strong coffee brewed early each morning so we could start the day.

'The Ever - Living Ones' exhibition has now moved to the library at Birr, 

Co. Offaly and is housed in a beautiful converted cloister which is filled with light.
The official opening takes place on Wednesday 11th July at 3pm with 
John Feehan saying a few words. 
If you are reading this and are able to get there please come and say 'hello'.
Broadband permitting I will post pictures of the Birr exhibition soon.

Finally to the people who have sponsored my exhibitions I owe a big 'thank you'!

They are:
Fred Mathews
Michael Collins
Trish Keating
Joe O'Sullivan Photography, Tullamore
Midland Framing, Tullamore
Crann-Óg Eco Farm - and
Mochua Print -
The Drive-On School of Motoring -
The Tara Skryne Preservation Group -

And Anne-Marie, Simon, Aírmid & Miach for putting us up and putting up with us.

That's it for now & thanks for reading. 

Week 2:

Jack Roberts of Sheela-na Gig fame


Flor - Manannán Mac Lír

Fred - Dian Cécht

Marie - Éiru, Banba & Fótla

Final week:





Chrissie & Mike



Siobhán - An Cailleach

Tony - Goibniu

If you are interested in visiting Brú na Bóinne you'll find out more at:
Info on sacred sites & tours of the Boyne Valley from Michael Fox -


  1. Well done again Jane, hope all goes well with the next exhibition.

    love Margaret xxx

  2. Fabulous exhibition Jane. Good luck in Birr and may the gods/goddesses smile upon you.


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