An article on Sheela Na Gigs featuring the project
New Sheela Na Gig figure found in Ireland!
There is a new page on the Pennington/Kendal Museum Sheela na Gig.
Thanks go to Clare Heron of allowing the use of her excellent images of this figure which has long been absent from the site.
New article on Sheelas at Hyperallergic.com
It is with great sadness that I recently found out that Keith Jones, a major contributor to this site and friend, died in March 2016.
We first met when Keith was given my email by someone I had corresponded with about sheelas and got in touch. We had a chat on the phone and found out that we only lived a few miles from each other. This was the beginning of a long partnership, going on trips around Britain chasing up leads on figures most of which came from Keith reading obscure books and journals. Keith’s enthusiasm for sheelas and green men was unbounded. He is responsible for many of the pages on this site and without his help and encouragement I doubt the site would be half the size it is today. He leaves behind many happy memories, driving slowly down a road in Shropshire surrounded by a large flock of young pheasant, being filmed searching for sheela na gigs and a truly excellent few days being taken round some Irish sheelas by Gabriel Cannon. He was also an avid caver and ornithologist.
Gorffwys mewn hedd Keith
The Ireland’s Sheela Na Gigs website has had a face lift and is better than ever.
An excellent resource for Irish Sheela Na Gigs. Give it a visit.
New Book on Sheela Na Gigs due out 9th of Feburary 2017 by Starr Goode
Sheela na gig: The Dark Goddess of Sacred Power
This would seem to be exploring the Goddess theory of Sheelas.
Ms Goode’s website is at http://www.starrgoode.com/
New page on this interesting church with multiple exhibitionist figures.