Currently in the Blue House Gallery in Schull, Co. Cork there is a group exhibition - I have a few works showing here featuring The Gearagh. The Gearagh is an area near Macroom, Co. Cork that was flooded in 1954 to facilitate the building of two hydro-electric dams. It was densely populated with ancient oak trees and the last surviving full oak forest in western Europe. Hundreds of trees were felled and many people were relocated. Many of the trees were centuries old and had grown since the medieval period. Today only their stumps survive, in flood land, giving the area a ghostly and almost lunar appearance.