Metal & Stone are the usual materials for Drinan Sculptures. The preferred metal of Peadar Drinan is 316L Stainless Steel and the Stone of Choice is usually Mayo Limestone. Other materials used have been Copper, Granite, Marble, Brass and the Landscape itself (in Earthworks)

Public Sculpture Commissions:
2000: ‘Heron’ Sculpture –Main St., Carrigaline, Co. Cork
5m Stainless Steel Public Road sculpture
2002: “Rock Sculpture” CCS, Cork
12m x 6m Limestone earthworks
Unveiled by President Mary McAlisse
2004: ‘Solar Ring’ Sculpture, GSK Pharmaceutical,
Giant sundial sculpture Cork Harbour
Unveiled by Tainiste Mary Harney
2005: Sail Sculpture -commissioned by Lions Club
2008: Church of the Incarnation, Douglas
Marble Sculpture & Canvas installation
2009: ‘Strongbow’ Sculpture
2m Copper, Brass & Steel Harp commissioned by Barrys
2011: Historic Railway Earthsculpture (present commission)
11m x 6m

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