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Enter Raffle to Win Hope Guatemala Annual Draw

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Raffle Summary
Hope Guatemala in Co Kerry have run annual fundraising drives since its formation in 2005, and raffled off wonderful prizes donated by local artists and craft producers. This year, due to the Covid 19 pandemic, we are taking our raffle online!
This year the prizes are more fabulous than ever. Please have a look at the prizes on offer and buy a ticket to support the efforts of Hope Guatemala.
Prize 1

Bob Ó Cathail Painting – 30 x 40 cm

Bob Ó Cathail is a self-taught artist who lives in Ventry, Corca Dhuibhne, Co. Kerry, since 1993. He has been a regular visitor since 1976. Born and raised in County Carlow and from there he travelled extensively throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Having spent periods at work in England, Holland, Israel and India, he returned to Ireland, first to Dublin and then to Kerry.

The style and content of his work varies greatly but his bold use of colour and strong design make it instantly recognisable. His particular style comes from a background in Celtic Art, heraldic art, signwriting and mural painting. He has given night classes and workshops in block printing, Celtic design and calligraphy, as well as drawing and painting.

This colourful painting is entitled ‘Unicycle Clown’ painted in acrylic on canvas. It depicts a clown on a unicycle and is part of a series of paintings on the theme of the circus. Bob painted this gem after attending Fossetts Circus and his memories of the circus as a child. He worked on this painting at his studio in Ventry, outside Dingle.
Email:[email protected] /Web:- www.bobcahill.com

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 2

Louis Mulcahy Vase – 20 cm high x 14 cm Diameter

This handmade vase was designed by a renowned master of craft, Louis Mulcahy and was handmade in his workshop at Clogher, Ballyferriter, Dingle, Co. Kerry. He decorates with lively freehand brush work and trailed coloured slips. Louis’ work is distinctively Irish and reflects the magnificent scale and wonderful colours in the landscape of his chosen home. His shop at Clogher, Ballyferriter, Co Kerry is open to visitors.
www.louismulcahy.com

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 3

Dingle Crystal – 26 cm high x 12 cm Diameter

This large crystal decanter is designed, cut and signed by the master craftsman and founder of Dingle Crystal, Seán Daly. It is one of a kind using inspiration from Celtic themes. The rich Gaelic heritage, history and tradition of the Dingle Peninsula have provided the inspiration for his work. This piece was made by Seán at his workshop and visitor centre outside Dingle. He also has a shop in Dingle.
www.dinglecrystal.ie

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 4

Brian de Staic: Necklace: Breachadh an Lae / The First light of Dawn

This unique piece of jewellery in sterling silver is made by Brian de Staic , Dingle’s master goldsmith at his workshop in Dingle. It is inspired by the winter solstice at Brú na Bóinne, Newgrange, where since 3,200 BC the rays of the rising sun enter the roof- box once a year to illuminate the inner chamber.
www.briandestaic.com

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 5

Hedi O’Neill Bowl – 28 cm Diameter x 8cm High

This large hand thrown earthenware clay bowl is decorated by Hedi with highly coloured slips, making this piece unique. Her ceramics are made at her studio in Dingle. The colours of the Dingle Peninsula landscape are a constant source of inspiration in her work.
www.dinglepottery.net

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 6

Noel O’Neill Framed Photograph – 45 cm x 54 cm

This large framed photograph is entitled Dingle Marina/Marina an Daingean. It celebrates the Marina in Dingle in the foreground with a backdrop of the famous town in the background. Living in Dingle and being an photographer and keen mountain walker he finds his subjects in the wild Kerry mountains and on the rugged coastline.
[email protected]

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 7

Kelly Marie: Tusk Shell Necklace

This hand made necklace is made by Kelly Marie at her workshop in Dingle. It is a pendant of local tusk shell with a fresh water pearl on a chain of sterling silver. Kelly’s work is influenced by the beauty and environment of The Dingle Peninsula
www.kellymarie.ie

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Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 8

Sinéad Lough Bowl – 31 cm Diameter x 7 cm High

This highly decorated large ceramic bowl is the work of ceramic artist Sinéad Lough. She uses brightly coloured slips and glazes to great effect. All her pieces are designed by Sinéad and made of white earthenware. This bowl is functional yet is intended to be a fun and playful item. Sinéad lives and works in West Kerry. Her studio and shop are in Ballyferriter Village outside Dingle.
www.sineadloughceramics.ie

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 9

Frank H Flood Painting – 25 x 36 cm

This painting is by the well known Dublin artist Frank Hallinan Flood. It is entitled ‘Clogher Beach.’ Frank painted this beautiful landscape en plein air at Clogher, Ballyferriter, Dingle while visiting West Kerry. He captures the blond horseshoe beach with Sybil Head and the Three Sisters in the background. In the foreground he shows the rough beauty of the countryside and raging sea of this very famous vista.
[email protected]

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International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

Prize 10

Louis Mulcahy Bowl – 34 cm Diameter x 10cm High

This large decorative yet useful bowl has been designed and hand made in Louis Mulcahy’s famous pottery in the West Kerry Gaeltacht ( Irish Speaking region). This area with its rich and lively culture of Gaelic language, music, song, dancing, storytelling and myth has been a huge influence on Louis’ work. This beautiful bowl is of high fired ceramic clay stoneware pottery, lovingly hand decorated depicting local fuchsia. It is destined to become a modern classic.
www.louismulcahy.com

Delivery / Collection

International delivery included

Collection available from Dingle or Tralee

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Charity Donation
100% of the host's revenue goes directly to:
Charity Donation Hope Guatemala Ireland
Hope Guatemala Ireland
Registered Charity No. CHY 17894
www.hopeguatemala.org
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If the host fails to provide the prize, the winner will receive compensation amounting to 75% of all ticket sales.

All compensation payments are guaranteed and paid directly by Raffall Limited.
Carmel Kiernan
Won Bob Ó Cathail Painting – 30 x 40 cm on 28th February 2021
Rating: Not given

The winner did not provide a review

ulrike Pieper - Germany
Won Louis Mulcahy Vase – 20 cm high x 14 cm Diameter on 28th February 2021
Rating:

THANK YOU! HOPE FOR GUATEMALA!

ulrike Pieper - Germany
Won Dingle Crystal – 26 cm high x 12 cm Diameter on 28th February 2021
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IT IS A PLEASURE TO SUPPORT THIS PROJEKT. WE ARE SO HAPPY TO MAKE THE WORLD A LITTLE BIT BETTER AND HELP CHILDREN TO GET A BETTER CHANCE IN THEIR LIFE. THANK YOU

Cathal Holden
Won Brian de Staic: Necklace: Breachadh an Lae / The First light of Dawn on 28th February 2021
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Go raibh mile guys. <3

Carmel Kiernan
Won Hedi O’Neill Bowl – 28 cm Diameter x 8cm High on 28th February 2021
Rating: Not given

The winner did not provide a review

Carmel Kiernan
Won Noel O’Neill Framed Photograph – 45 cm x 54 cm on 28th February 2021
Rating: Not given

The winner did not provide a review

Julia Hennessy
Won Kelly Marie: Tusk Shell Necklace on 28th February 2021
Rating: Not given

The winner did not provide a review

Sinéad Ní Uallacháin
Won Sinéad Lough Bowl – 31 cm Diameter x 7 cm High on 28th February 2021
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thank you - great service

Evelyn Ni Luing
Won Frank H Flood Painting – 25 x 36 cm on 28th February 2021
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Lovely prize! Great cause.

Brian Farrell
Won Louis Mulcahy Bowl – 34 cm Diameter x 10cm High on 28th February 2021
Rating:

Site terrible Hope Guatemala a deserving good well run charity

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