The ceramics produced in the studio are all unique in their own way: an interesting shape or glaze, the way a piece feels when held, and the individual style of the potter who created them.
Grainne Mac Laughlin has been making pots professionally since 1998, having gained experience working for several established Irish potters.
Nestled in a beautiful landscape between Knocknarea Mountain and the shores of Ballisodare Bay, the studio and gallery are named after the township of Breeogue, which is four miles from Sligo.
In a converted 18th century stone building, Grainne produces a range of kiln-fired stoneware tabletops and contemporary lighting.
Visit Grainne's workshop and meet a passionate and exciting craftswoman. You will discover her aspirations, her inspirations, and her methods.
You will end your visit in Grainne's shop where you will find various decorative objects, all of excellent quality and beautifully decorated.
Breeoge, Knocknahur, County Sligo, Irlande