A drawing made with driftwood charcoal of sedimentary rock formations on the Atlantic Coast in Co Clare.
Making a portrait is a kind of collaborative process with the subject, and it is both exciting and terrifying.
Some belief systems hold that parts of the human body such as teeth, nails and hair contain or stand in for the whole person.
This work grew out of a research trip to the Natural History Museum in London
Paintings made in a 12th Century church in France, built partly underground.
This larger than life figurative drawing of a man scrubbing himself was made for installation in the staff shower room of a derelict tannery.
If you’ve ever seen a goat calmly balancing sideways on a sheer Atlantic cliff face in high winds you will appreciate their hardy resourcefulness and agility, propensity for rude chaos and refusal to be totally tamed.