ater has profoundly shaped Irish folklore and psychology.
These artworks are rooted in the mythical tale of Kilstipheen/Cill Stíopháin village on the Atlantic Coast. The images weave together feminist icons, architectural ruins, and cultural fragments shaped by memory.
This is a visual journey through the soul of Ireland’s west coast, where history and myth merge with contemporary experience.
Featured in solo exhibitions at the Irish Arts Center in New York and the University of Galway Art Gallery.