The Irish Times Jan. 2015 by Darragh Banbridge
She incorporates the concept into her art and jewellery-making - vintage pocket watches and pendants with collectable dolls inside, about a quarter-inch in height. Encased in glass and pewter or hanging as talismans are tiny ruby slippers and stars; mechanical monkeys, geckos and clockwork rabbits. Bird wings and old springs and bolts are inset against glitter, antique lace, paper or pearls. Her paintings are reminiscent of a Tim Burton production - with monocle-wearing gorillas, mustachioued bunnies and Christ depicted as a "Honey Boy". The look is sometimes grotesque, sometimes controversial, but always thought-provoking.
The Irish Times magazine. (Excerpt)Article by Tara Brady
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