James Gannon works with stone and bronze
from his studios in Dublin and Roscommon.
In 1991 he was awarded the Gold Medal for
Granite Sculpture in the Irish Landscape
Exhibit in EXPO'91 Osaka, Japan.
His public commissions include a large
granite sculpture in a new housing
development for the Travelling Community at
Parslickstown, Co. Dublin, and a series of
sculptures decorating the facade of the city's
Fruit and Fish Market Buildings. In 2001 he
was selected to represent Ireland at the
Symposium du Granit des Marches de
Bretagne, France. In 2003 James was
invited to participate in the 5th International
Sculpture Symposium at the Andreas
Institute of Art, New Hampshire.