Winter afternoon

a crow blackens

the white sky


A Sherkin Island Community project inspired by Haiku poetry and incorporating art forms such as painting, beach-combing, drawing, nature, embroidery, baking etc..

The group will work together with artist Tess Leak to create a collection of winter themed Haikus with a view to displaying them around Sherkin in a variety of imaginative and surprising ways

Tess has collaborated with a songwriter, sound recordist, boat builder and with many groups in her role as an artist facilitator. She co-curated the Museum of Miniature for Skibbereen Arts Festival in 2012.


For further details contact Aisling 087 7669657 or email [email protected]

Every Friday from 15 November – Friday 13 December

6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

All ages welcome and no experience necessary


*Haiku – A Japanese nature poem in seventeen syllables

This project is funded by the VEC in partnership with Sherkin Island Development Society