Cara Murphy's 100 bowls on display at Ulster Museum

100 enamel bowls by silversmith, Cara Murphy, are now on display in the Applied Art Gallery on the fifth floor in the Ulster Museum in Belfast.

In Autumn 2016 Cara Murphy won the Rosy James Memorial Trust Award, of £15,000. This unique bursary, administered by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland on behalf of the Rosy James Trust, aims to assist craft makers to develop their careers by developing a body of work which might otherwise have been unattainable. Cara used the funding to develop a new body of work together with her mother, Deirdre McCrory who is a famed enamellist. 


Click here to find out more about the process behind this collection. 

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