PRESS HERE TO BUY BOOKCatherine Crowe
has been an enamellist for twenty-five years, exhibiting her work across North America. Like many enamellists she is largely self-taught, but now teaches at George Brown College in Toronto. Each piece that she creates has its own story, informed by research into early Irish history, archaeology, myth and folklore. Her love affair with Irish culture began with an interest in traditional singing, which she still pursues. She has recorded two critically acclaimed albums and played at major folk and Celtic Festivals across North America.