Ciaron, the FerrymanThe Art Galleries:
Watercolor on velum, The Creamery Sept. 2010
Two new pages, take a look. On Three Crows Farm, I finally reveal a few of the secrets of animal and plant life around the Creamery (and how I feed myself without ever seeing the inside of a grocery store). On Accidents Happen/Poetry Happens, I reveal that on occasion through no fault of my own, by accident really, I do occasionally create poems.
A NEW BOOK available!
You can review this book in its entirety by going to the Library below. In the meantime you can still give into the overwhelming temptation to also buy:
The TWO FACES of Holy Rod Galilee
Check out Book Illustrations to preview the artwork in these beautiful hardcover books.
For information About Seamus O'Ceallaigh
For information about Three Crows Farm
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Séamus Ó Ceallaigh
I live in an old creamery building at the edge of a village called Rush. If you should ever come here, upon crossing the little wooden bridge you will lose cell phone service and even FM radio signals. When you step into the yard, the geese will honk and the ducks quack, and Speckled Sussex chickens, all looking like little avian Ben Franklins in untidy waistcoats, will rush about clucking.
In the summer the Creamery is surrounded by dense ranks of foxglove, jeweled touch-me-not, marigold, and cabbages. It is safely hidden by an ancient grove of rhododendron and a beautiful noisy stream tumbles noisily right past the front door. Just beyond a little walking bridge and beyond a stream-side path through dark towering hemlocks, I have a huge garden full of pumpkins and sunflowers, corn and squash, tomatoes and beans, and many more things.
In the winter, garden sleeps under snow and leaning stalks. The sun wanders among the tops of the sycamore trees that line the river. The river has deep and icy moods. I stay indoors in this season, befriending my ebullient wood stove. I play guitar, piano, and penny whistle, and I write songs. I write novels and when accidents happen, poetry is produced. I also create book illustrations which you can see at this site. I have invented and designed my own deck of "tarot" cards and I give readings here at the Creamery all the time. At present I am creating the third generation of these cards. I'll try posting them here as they get done to my satisfaction.
I love to study languages, history and literature. Most of all, I try to get my life back to planet Earth. In doing so, I have created a culture, a philosophy, and a mythology that I call Genaism. Most of the work in this website is in some way or another an exploration or an explication of a personal experience that I call the Genaist World.
I originally set up this site to display my graphic art because my work had been appearing in the websites of several brilliant spiritualists in Europe. You can see this work along with more in my Art Galleries. I have also set up a Library where people can read my literary works and follow links to buy books that are published. In the meantime, I have been asked for advice about my homesteading skills, for I have learned to grow most of the food I eat and to make all sorts of crafty things like hand-carved wooden spoons. For this reason I have created a Three Crows Farm page to share some of the information I have created about gardens, poultry and native material crafts.
Please feel free to wander and explore.
If you should have questions about my art, literature, or Genaism, please feel to email me at:
Here are some of the sites that have used my work.
Feelings of Sweden
Befriend Your Fears
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