Newsletter for July 2016
New Pieces
Why don't you take a few minutes 'ME' time and browse the latest offerings from Draíocht to the mellow sounds of Claire de Lune.
NEW! Wedding Gift Service -

Want to give someone a piece of art but not sure what they'd like?  Draíocht will gladly gift wrap a piece of art and give a credit note should your choice not match the taste of the married couple. It can be ordered the previous evening and will be waiting for collection by 10:00am the following day. Alternatively, why not give a voucher to enable the couple to select something to their taste to suit their home. Draíocht surely has something for everybody.
Some activities in Draíocht this month.
Many more visiting artists and welcome customers this month to Draīocht. Here I'm pictured with Kathryn Smyth and her sister. Kathryn designs and sculpts her unique statement jewellery pieces in her Midleton studio which have proved extremely popular with the more discerning lady.
Adare seems as busy as ever but unfortunately nobody remembers what the sun looks like. 
'Filling in the Gap'.  a new piece from Syra Larkin following a trip to her studio in the Maharees. Castlegregory. .I was lucky to get this one to add to those already in Draíocht, as Syra is busy preparing for her exhibit in the West End Hall, Castlegregory from Friday, August 19th.
This month we're delighted with the sales of La Bougie diffusers and candles, from Ballinaspittal,Co.Cork...another significant mover in that part of the world.La Bougie fragrances are created in their own Perfumery, using essential oils and aromatics from around the world.  No two fragrances are the same, and it takes a blend of up to five different waxes  The glasses are custom etched and printed before being hand poured, at their Chandlery, in small batches, using a process which ensures that every drop of wax is evenly fragranced..
North Carolina native, Michael Mahan exhibits in Adare
Introducing Michael Mahan of Seagrove, North Carolina. Originally from Miami, FL, married a Limerick woman and fires the pieces on sale in Draíocht from his self made wood kiln in Murroe
I stepped behind the potter's wheel full time in 1986, when I opened up WILD ROSE POTTERY in Whynot, just south of Seagrove. I now own and operate FROM THE GROUND UP, just south of Seagrove. I also play Irish flute.We're hoping to fire the wood kiln in Ireland July 11. That gives me another two weeks to get some more pots made.
The ancient Celts loved trees. They saw them as a source of wisdom and hope, an enduring link between the upper and lower worlds, a reminder of the eternal cycle of seasons. The picture at right is a closeup of my large platters with tree motif.
Large Raku torso in brilliant blue, measuring  600,cms  - Liz Burgess. 
Half Light- Acrylic and chalk pastels under Glass. New work by Peter Lunn, Limerick
So, please sit back and see what we have to offer from the comfort of your own home and should you wish to find out more.....please do not hesitate to call Andrew or Agnes  on 00-353-61-395539 or by email at
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