Colette Gough Prints - Tara Brooch
Found on Bettystown beach by school children, the Tara brooch is believed to have belonged to the High King of Ireland as it is so ornate and also the elongated pin.
It is now housed in National Museum of Ireland.
Growing up within the local heritage of the Boyne Valley, Colette’s work is inspired by ancient Celtic art. Colette uses nib and ink to create intricate colourful drawings creating a contemporary interpretation of the iconic imagery of the Book of Kells.
Please note that colour may differ slightly from photos due to different monitor settings.