Leona Devine

Ceramic Artist


Leona’s work is greatly inspired by the natural landscape and environment where she lives and works. Based in the countryside, she draws inspiration from the rural landscape and the animals which inhabit it. Leona began focusing on wildlife, particularly hares where, in her work, she aims to create pieces which capture the character and charisma of the animal.


Craft Village Collective, Craft Village, Shipquay Street, Derry, Northern Ireland, Telephone +44 28 7136 8276 Craft Village
Gallery 1608 66-68 Main Street, Bushmills, Co. Antrim, BT57 8QD, T. 0773033028
Shipquay Gallery, 6 Shipquay Street, Londonderry, Co Londonderry, BT486DN
Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, 24 Main St, Limavady BT490FJ, 02877760650
Reflections, 31 Catherine St, Limavady, County Londonderry BT49 9DA, 028 7772 2738
No. 4 Queen Street , Coleraine
Coleraine Tourist information Centre,
Coleraine Town Hall,
The Diamond, Coleraine,
Co. Derry BT52 1DE
028 7034 2850
Blackthorn and Willow,
2 Castle Street, Glenarm
County Antrim


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My Story

Leona Devine is an honours graduate in Fine and Applied Art from the University of Ulster, where she specialised in Ceramics. Whilst in further education at Limavady College in 2006, Leona received her first commission, when she was selected by Limavady Borough Council to design and produce ceramic trophies for the Danny Boy Festival Music Competition.

She has undertaken several commissions since, including:

Sculpting a trophy for ‘Off the cuff’ NWRC Media Award City of Culture 2013

Mayoral gifts for Derry City Council, which have been presented to varies dignatories including Anne Anderson, Ambassador of Ireland to the United States, Minister-Counsellor Xiang Xiaowei from the Embassy of the People's Republic of China, the Right Honourable Andrew Robathan MP and Sir Robin Knox-Johnston.

The design and production of gifts for the NW PEACE III Partnership.

In 2014 Leona was awarded the Tyrone Guthrie Centre Regional Bursary by the Roe Valley Arts and Heritage Committee.