Corleck Head, Crum Dubh
This stone head with three faces was found in Corleck, Cavan, and is known as the Corleck Head. Art experts date it to the 1st or 2nd Century CE (Iron Age). It now resides in the National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology.
National Museum of Ireland
Celtic myth has a long history of triplism, or themes of three. This can be seen in mythology with gods like Lugh, who has three names and forms, and in art with the triskele, a Celtic pre-Christian design.
DBS Irish Studies
Pryor Mountain, Montana-Wyoming
A versatile artist, William Matthew Prior, 1806-1873, is well known not only for the skill and range of his technique but for the diversity of his sitters.
photo credit: Clifford King
Cathedral – “Beyond Limitations” by John O’Connor
– cast bronze resin sculpture currently displayed in the Lady Arbour Cloister Gardens on the south side of the Cathedral.
Students at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo have ventured to Kamizeki Lagoon Park in Niigata City, Japan to erect huge sculptures made from straw.
Beautiful beach scenes from Heidi Malott
Ruth Henshaw Bascom (1772-1848)
A Pair of Profile Wedding Portraits of
Joel and Lucy Wood Fay
Price realized $22,500 at Christies
Ruth Henshaw Bascom, also known as Aunt Ruth (December 15, 1772 – February 16, 1848), was an American folk artist, born in Massachusetts, who produced over 1,400 portraits. (wikipedia)