Murals

Here's a look at the larger murals I've painted over the years.

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Garden Mural

This mural was painted to transform a dull yard into a more appealing outdoor 'chill-out' area leading into a garden.

St Peters Mural

Mural painted in St Peter's heritage centre on North Main St, Cork City. Painted to add some colour and vibrancy, and to also increase footfall to mezzanine area of the building.

Butterfly Wall, CObh

This mural, painted on a 65ft wall for Cobh Tidy Towns, features 6 native Irish species of butterflies aimed at promoting awareness of biodiversity. Painted at the Five Foot Way with permission from Irish Rail.

The butterflies featured include Painted Lady, Common Blue, Red Admiral, Peacock, Green Hairstreak and Orange Tip butterflies.

The Peoples Parklet Cork

As part of my role with Mad About Cork, I volunteered to paint The People's Parklet on Douglas St. This new public amenity replaces two parking spaces on the street and offers everyone a comfortable place to chat and chill. The parklet offers bike parking, benches, wheelchair access and has been planted up with lots of pollinator-friendly plants.

 

This project, funded by Cork City Council's Placemaking Fund was a collaboration between numerous people and groups across Cork City, including, Benchspace, Rory Makes, Siobhan Keogh Design, Cork Flower Studio, Cork City Council, Cork Transport and Mobility Forum, Cork Environmental Forum, James O'Riordan Metalwork and Mad About Cork.

'The People's Parklet' - Benchspace.ie

'Douglas Street unveils the city's first Parklet giving road space to pedestrians and cyclists' - Evening Echo

'An adorable pop-up park has been installed on Douglas Street' - Yay Cork

Nana's Beer Garden

Painted in the beer garden of Nana's bar on Douglas St, Cork. This mural features a tribute to the Jameson Distillery in Midleton, an interactive stylised butterfly, and a decorative seating area. 

 

Read: "This lovely city beer garden just had a folksy makeover" - Yay Cork, 14 June 2019.