Brendan McGloin, master sculptor in stone and wood from Donegal Town. Brendan is currently creating an exclusive collection of sculptures inspired by the Celtic designs found on High Crosses that Kingsley Porter researched for his book, The Crosses and Culture of Ireland (1931), including those in Monasterboice, Clonmacnoise, Glendalough, Moone and Castledermot. http://www.brendanmcgloin.ie/
     
 

Lisa Mullin, a Donegal jeweller who combines an incredible imagination with a love of the finest natural materials, including pearls and gemstones. Lisa will be designing a stunning collection of silver jewellery that takes its inspiration from the life and times of Lucy Kingsley Porter. WEB

     
 

Donegal Pens, owned by Rónán and Conor McGarvey, Donegal’s youngest entrepreneurs, are designing an extraordinary range of pens based on aspects of the Professor’s life.

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Kerstin Gronvall, originally from Sweden and now living in Creeslough, Co. Donegal, creates exceptional artworks in all the mediums she works in, including painting and sculpture. Kerstin will design a spectacular collection of landscape paintings and sculptures, based on the story of the Porters in Glenveagh and Inishbofin Island. www.kerstingronvall.net/

     
 
Liam Logue perfected his skills in Pottery with The Crafts Council of Ireland in Thomastown, Co Kilkenny, however his work reflects his native Donegal landscape in colour and altered surface. Liam is currently studying the Arthur Kingsley Porter Collection at the National Museum in Dublin to gain inspiration for a wonderful collection of pottery created in honour of the Porters. Web>>
Liam Logue's Ceramics Collection For Arthur Kingsley Porter
     
 

Carmel Grant, is the superb designer of handbags that are fully handmade from her studio in Waterford City, Ireland. Carmel specialises in creating unique pieces, hand painted to hand embroidered handbags. The Lucy Kingsley Porter range of bags is inspired by the 1920s style and by symbols that were meaningful to the life and times of the Porters. Web Site. Read More>

     
 
Helen McCleary is a poet from Dunfanaghy, Co. Donegal, whose work has been published in many journals. Helen has also read her poetry in Ireland and the USA. Helen is composing a collection of original poetry that is inspired by the life, work and disappearance of Arthur Kingsley Porter.
     
  Gearoidín Breathnach is a traditional storyteller or Seanchaí and a Sean-Nós singer from the Gaeltacht area of North-West Donegal. She is a native Irish speaker. Her father Neidí Frainc Mac Grianna was also a well-known storyteller and her mother was blessed with a beautiful singing voice. Gearoidín also works with groups from young children to adults and with people from all around the world who want to experience a taste of Irish  stories, songs and culture. Gearoidín is creating a unique  collection of stories based on 'Glenveagh Mystery'. Email : Gearoidinbreathnach@yahoo.co.uk
     
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Paul Flynn is currently a portrait artist with the Project. Paul has created a unique collection of portraits based on the story of Arthur Kingsley Porter and his wife, Lucy. Web.