THE OGHAM ALPHABET
Ireland's Great Hunger Museum
Housed at the Bernhard Library at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT, the Lender Family Special Collection is one of the most extensive collections of art and literature in America devoted to Ireland's Great Famine. The An Gorta Mor collection includes nearly 700 volumes regarding the famine and related events.
Irish Language Learners
An active Facebook community for those interested in the Irish language.
The Heritage of Ireland website, designed to introduce you to many of the attractions of Ireland's heritage.
Irish America magazine, a bi-monthly publication, has been celebrating Irish heritage among Irish Americans for 25 years.
Unique Irish memorabilia and pub décor. And don't miss their engaging Facebook page filled with priceless photographs.
Killybegs, County Donegal
Ogham Art founder Christopher Conway's ancestral home and, in his opinion, the greatest town in Ireland.
THE MUSICThe Ennis Sisters
This award winning band blends Celtic and Folk with a twist of New Foundland flair- these ladies know how to rock! Check them out at their site or better yet, see them live during one of their world tours! (Look for the Ogham in their logo…designed by us!)Cherish the Ladies
The first ladies of Irish music in America – or anywhere for that matter! "With their unique spectacular blend of virtuosi instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements and stunning step dancing, this powerhouse group combines all the facets of Irish traditional culture and puts it forth in an immensely humorous and entertaining package."The Kerry Boys
The Kerry Boys are Pierce Campbell and Mark James (with Tony Pasqualoni and Paul Neri joining them for larger shows). "These two dynamic and popular Connecticut Irish balladeers have been performing together for over 20 years, dazzling fans of all ages from Maine to New York. Their humorous, high-energy show will have you clapping and singing along in no time, engaging you from start to finish with their wide collection of traditional and original songs."Pierce Campbell
Celtic/Folk/Jazz Connecticut State Troubadour 2007/2008, Pierce continuously amazes the Northeast with his vast and talented commitment to music. He is a singer/songwriter playing acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, bass and harmonica and entertains both as a solo artist and as part of many small groups.
OUR LOCAL IRISH COMMUNITY
Connecticut & New York
Ancient Order of Hibernians John F. Kennedy Division #1
The Gaelic-American Club of Fairfield
Irish American Home Society
Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center
Irish American Community Center / New Haven Gaelic Football & Hurling Club
East Haven, Connecticut
The Irish Heritage Society of Milford
Hudson Valley Irish Festival & Center
Peekskill, New York
THE ARTISTSShawn Slother
An extremely talented sculptor who has helped us realize our vision in the creation of our pendants. Shawn has created sculptures for established companies, collectors and unique businesses like Ogham Art.
Clinard Sculpture Studio
Sculptor Susan Clinard works magic with a variety of mediums and subjects. She was commissioned by the 100th Anniversary Easter Rising Committee of Fairfield, CT to create a bronze memorial of the seven signatories of the Proclamation of the Republic.
A marketing communications company based in our town of Southington, CT, CompuMail has supported and assisted Ogham Art since its inception. Produces all prints and stationery using state-of-the-art printing technology.
Jewel-Craft, Inc. Insignia Collection
The talented crew out of Erlanger, Kentucky mills our hand-painted Ogham to create our sterling silver custom pendants.
Custom laser engraving in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Natale & Sons Casting
Located in neighboring Rhode Island, Natale & Sons casts all of our pewter pendants and ornaments.