Links

• The Art Hand on The Copper Coast; www.theArtHand.com

• The Art Hand on Facebook; www.facebook.com/theArtHand

• Miranda’s site, paintings of moons, planets and flowers www.mirandasart.com

• Sean’s site, stained glass, digital art and more www.SeanCorcoranArt.com

• Sean’s You Tube Site www.youtube.com/user/SeanCorcoranArt

• Lost and Found, an online exhibition by Sean www.whosegardenwasthis.deviantart.com

• Miami to New York. Sean and Hy Mayerson on a train  www.MiamiToNewYork.com

• Seans Wikipedia Page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_Corcoran

• Seans earlier website www.bango.deviantart.com

• Seans earlier photography website www.bangophotos.deviantart.com

• Fortyniners website, a school reunion 60 years on  www.fortyniners.wordpress.com

• Omey Island on Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Omey_Island

• Omey Island on Wikitravel featuring Seans map http://wikitravel.org/en/Omey_Island

• The Dobhar-chu on Wikipedia, the creature that Sean and Miranda met HERE

• The Salvage Shop’s first website www.iol.ie/~salvage

• Pethe Design www.pethedesign.ie

• IDI; Institute of Designers in Ireland www.idi-design.ie

• Waterford Teacher Centre Art Collection HERE

• Mutant Space, Alternative Art Co-operative www.mutantspace.ie

• Revolution Art, online digital art magazine www.revolutionartmagazine.com

• Issuu Magazines Online, publish yourself www.issuu.com

• Art Business Advice, practical art advice www.artbusiness.com

• The Copper Coast, Ireland’s secret wonder www.copper-coast.com

• Knockmahon Primary School in Bunmahon http://knockmahonns.wix.com/knockmahon

• Bunmahon Blog, News and Events; www.thebunmahon.com

• Mosaic Blog www.mosaicartsource.wordpress.com

• Mosaic CD Gallery, mosaic gallery on CD www.mosaicyearbook.com

• World Art Glass, a general resource about art made from glass www.worldartglass.com

• Irish Art Website, information on art and artists in Ireland www.irish-art.com

• Irish Art Website Blog, Art News, Openings, Blog www.irishartblog.com

• Mosaic Art Now, A yearly publication of Mosaic Art www.mosaicartnow.com

• Digi-Scum Music www.myspace.com/mashedproductions

• DJ SC Music www.myspace.com/djscdnb

• Ugly Megan www.myspace.com/iloveuglymegan

• Jerry Fish and The Mudbug Club www.jerry-fish.com

• NSM PSM Mexican Electronica DJ’s www.myspace.com/nosomosmachos

• Gottfried Helnwein’s wonderful Website www.helnwein.com

• Ernest Ruckle, American Artist www.iol.ie/~ruckle

• John O Connell Pop Artist www.mondojohn.deviantart.com

• Artist Brian Mc Carthy and a database of over 350 Irish Artists. www.artinprint.com

• BLU Italian Street Artist www.blublu.org

• Martin Mullen Photography www.martinmullenphotography.com

• Artist plotting the universe www.greatmap.blogspot.com

• Geospatial Artist, kaleidoscopic map art www.nikolasschiller.com

• Dynamite! Graphic designer Tom Feehan www.dynamite.ie

• Waterford Imagine Festival www.waterfordartsfestival.com

• Waterfords Spraoi, the Legendary Street Entertainers www.spraoi.com

• Red Kettle Theatre Company www.red-kettle.com

• Waterford City Enterprise Board www.waterfordceb.com

• YourArt.com has an excellent Artist Directory www.yourart.com

• Irish Portal – Startpage Ireland http://www.startpage.ie

• Geopark museum, The Church, Bunmahon; www.copper-coast.com

• Copper coast canoe trips with www.seapaddling.com

• Photographer Keith Fitzgerald; Here

• Photographer and Tutor at The Art Hand, George Munday; Here

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Pamela Palmer; Here

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Patrick Palmer; Here

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Fintan Taite; www.fintantaite.com

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Aoife Banville; www.aoifebanville.com

•Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Emily Robyn Archer; www.emilyrobynarcher.com

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Yanny Petters; HERE

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Adele Stanley; HERE

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Lora Murphy; HERE

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Ger Kennedy; HERE

• Artist and Tutor at The Art Hand, Ruby Clover’s extensive online presence;

Handmade shop: www.rubyclover.etsy.com Photography shop: www.theirishstill.etsy.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/RubyClover Twitter: https://twitter.com/RubyCloverArt
Blogs: www.therubyclover.blogspot.com and www.rubyclover.wordpress.com

• County Waterford’s Tourist site; www.itsaFeeling.com

• Visit Dungarvan; www.dungarvantourism.com

• Learn to surf in Tramore; www.tbaysurf.com

• Play Golf in Tramore; www.tramoregolfclub.com

• Private Hypnotherapy Clinic in Boatstrand. www.safeharbour.ie

• Visit Lismore Castle; www.lismorecastle.com

• County museum; www.waterfordcountymuseum.org

• South East Tourism; www.discoverIreland.ie

• Visit Tankardstown Copper Mine buildings. see www.copper-coast.com

• Waterford and Suir valley Railway, Kilmeaden. Here

• Pisces restaurant at Kirwan’s Pub in Kill Here

• Hayes Pub, Bunmahon. Here

• The Copper Hen restaurant at Mother McHughs pub, Fenor; Here

• Stay in the Comeragh Mountains with www.mountainzone.ie

• Go paintballing in the Dungarvan woods; www.elitepaintball.ie

• Dunhill Ecopark, enterprise and education centre; Here

• Visit Mount Congreve Gardens, Kilmeaden; Here

• Visit Curraghmore Estate, Portlaw; Here

• Castle Cafe, EcoPark Dunhill; Here

• Explore the copper coast on bike with www.tramorebiketours.com

• Visit Fenor Bog; Here

• Copper coast mini farm. Here

• Sallyfort open farm; Here

• Visit Bunmahon, Boatstrand, Annestown, Stradbally, Kill, Fenor, Dunhill.

• Dunhill market and Car Boot Sales in Kill.

• Visit West Waterford, Rinn, Ardmore, Lismore.

• Bunmahon Beach, Trá na moe, Kilmurrin Cove, Stage Cove.

• Take Waterford’s south east coastal drive.

• Bird watching and photography.

• Whale and Dolphin Watching.

• Go shopping in Waterford city.

Local Business insight from Bonmahon Joinery;

Bonmahon Joinery was established in 1973 and over the years has developed into one of the leading window and door manufacturers in Ireland. All manufacturing is based at our main head office in Bonmahon, Co. Waterford and is made up of a team of local people committed to the highest standards.

Today, the factory area has tripled in size to accommodate the joinery section, which specialises in timber windows, doors, screens, and fire doors and screens and the PVCu section, which produces a comprehensive range of PVCu and aluminium windows, doors and screens for both the domestic and commercial sectors. Despite this size, we feel that we have held onto the small business values, which were at the very heart of our company’s foundation.

Our installation teams are fully qualified carpenters and guided by Bonmahon Joinery’s strict installation standards. Bonmahon Joinery is a family run business so this is your assurance of our commitment to providing you with the best possible products and helpful, trained sales staff. You can view our full range of product at our website www.bonmahonjoinery.ie