Seamus Carmichael is an artist and traditional singer from County Derry, Northern Ireland. He graduated in 1978 from the College of Art in Belfast. He was Northern Ireland's Rome Scholar in 1981-2 completing a series of prints illustrating the work of Irish Poet Padraic Fiacc. Marriage brought him to the US in 1984 and he has lived and worked in Philadelphia and Long Island. Now a resident of Lebanon, PA, he has served for many years on the board of Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts and promotes Community Arts through the First Friday Art Walk. His involvement in Celtic Music has led to the creation of the long-running Lebanon Third Saturday sessions currently taking place at the Quentin Riding Club in Lebanon. His most recent projects have combined his art and design skills with his interest in song to put together albums of Celtic Christmas Music and songs relating to James Joyce's Ulysses.
About the pictures
These pictures show a selection of work from the 1980's and 90's, primarily landscape prints and prints illustrating the work of the Irish Poet Padraic Fiacc