An exhibition of work by Seanna O'Boyle-Irvine, an abstract painter and sculptor.

Seanna O’Boyle-Irvine, known as Misehandmade, is an abstract painter and sculptor. Her works are acrylic mixed media paintings and sculptures from ancient bog pine. This wood she takes from the bogs herself, confirmed by Queen’s University of Belfast to have been living timber an amazing 5,000 years ago.

Her work is inspired by Ireland’s prehistoric past which she discovered through her amateur archaeological studies. The art is an expression of generations past and in her work the multiple layering and earthy limited palette creates that depth and a feeling of timelessness.

Seanna has had four solo exhibitions and three group exhibitions, and is now a member of the Ulster Society of Women Artists.

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