Carolyn Walsh originally from Cahirciveen, Co.Kerry,
currently living and studying for an MA in Graphic
Design in Dublin.
She has exhibited her paintings and prints in venues
and galleries such as Urban Outfitters, Habitat and
Brown Thomas. She has worked for clients including
Hotpress, Toyota and Absolute Zero (the netherlands).
Her work has recieved a lot of recognition since
graduating with a degree in Art and Design and Textile
design from GMIT (Galway) followed by features in
publications such as Digital Arts, The Big Book of
Contemporary Illustration and Irish Interior magazines.
Carolyn's work is hugely inspired by the urban environment,
by textures found in everyday life, surrounding us on
the streets and buildings, the stickered and graffitied
walls, peeling and fading, unplanned and unpredicted,
the slums- the run down buildings which were once in
immaculate condition, the hustle and bustle that surrounds
us are all depicted in her work to create a series of
This is the main theme to her work.
All images are built up layers using either photoshop,
paint, stencils, collage and spraypaint all either on
canvas or digitally printed on various fabrics.