Welcome to Derryaun Crafts, Drummin, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland.
Learn a creative craft at Derryaun Crafts in the idyllic surroundings of County Mayo on the West Coast of Ireland.
of the thriving town of Westport, Co Mayo surrounded by the Partry and Sheefry Mountains and Croagh Patrick,
Ireland's ''.Holy Mountain
previous knowledge - just an interest in learning more about old and not so old country crafts. We are open all year round; if you would like to book a course, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required, but your booking can be transferred to another workshop or someone else. Price includes use of our facilities and all materials.
We sell many items of equipment to inspire you to have a go at home.
workshops at a glance......
sorry, there are no workshops scheduled for July/August
was opened in May this year by myself and 3 talented like minded artists, Sue Basler, Beth Moran and Victoria Foutz, we wanted to showcase our work and that of others in a new setting where art meets craft and boundaries dissolve. The gallery is an interactive space where you can meet the maker, see work in progress and buy beautiful and unique handcrafted pieces. If you are in the area, we would love to see you! The Quay Gallery is situated on The Quay, Westport, Co. Mayo. opening hours Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am - 5.30pm Sunday 12 noon - 5.30pm phone 098 21888 or 087 717 6226 firstname.lastname@example.org
On-line Shopping..... I would like to introduce my new online shopping gallery, where you can purchase prints, greetings cards and limited edition prints. click on gallery to find out more.....
I have a collection of framed textile art originals that can be viewed in my studio Gallery and our brand new gallery - The Quay Gallery, Leaping Lizard, Bridge St. Westport, Glass studio, Spiddal Craft Village, Co. Galway.
g a propane and oxygen
torch a glass rod is heated to a molten state and then
wrapped around a steel mandrel. By rotating the mandrel gravity forms a round bead. Surface decoration is then applied using coloured glass. When the bead is completed it is put in a kiln to anneal – this is an essential part of
the process to make the bead strong and durable. Each bead is unique and a work of art in its own right.