Bog Bolgs

Ballycroy National Park & various locations
Stoneware, Smoke, Wax, Steel

Originally created for the ‘I could read the sky’ event with Mayo County Council Arts Office, Mayo Artsquad and the Dead Good Guides.

Bog bolgs are mischievous creatures, with long spindly arms and legs, they are thought to be relatively harmless, only occasionally leading unsuspecting travellers astray. Mostly staying close to their native bogland, they have been known to venture out of their natural habitat for a bit of fun and mischief.