A generous Sea Goddess evokes the bounty of the Ocean life, her belly being the coi lof a spiralling shell from the western shores of Ireland. My crafts are made using natural resources found on beaches and in woodlands of West Kerry, Ireland
Magical Jewellery Pendant
Width: 2 cm
Height: 5.3 cm
Length: 3 cm
Weight: 18 g
Material: Irish Shell and Polymer Clay
The Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne)culminates in the Irish mainland's westernmost point. In the shadow of Mt Brandon, a maze of fuchsia-fringed boreens weaves together an ancient landscape of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts, holy wells, picturesque hamlets and villages. It is there, on its meandering sea shores framed with purple cliffs and emerald vegetation, and in secret coves, where I respectfully gather a gift or two left by the Ocean.
The spiral represents the ever flowing energy of Lifein Nature, animating all living things and shaping the whole universe. Throughthis invisible transcendent force, all things are linked together. No materdistance and time, all is but a unique flow.
A generous Sea Goddess set in shells, from the West coast of Ireland. She evokes the bounty of the Ocean life, her belly being the coil of a spiralling shell from the western shores of Ireland, remembering the very ancient goddess Danu, mother of all Celts. Hear the stories from the ancient world she has to tell…
Every material I use in my crafts has been gathered with gratitude and respect, and is a unique piece of this beautiful western edge of Ireland. There is magic in all of them.