‘Suas’. My art exhibition (it’s about hope and healing).

It has been over 12 years since I exhibited a collection of my own work in a space devoted specifically to visual art, and I am delighted to be doing so this month at Tralee library. The venue is wheelchair accessible and open to all.

Time really does fly, and my current work is all about wings. At the end of this post you can find out about how to see the work online if a visit is not possible.


‘Suas’ is the Irish word for ‘up’.

This year, through poetry, paintings, and photography I am exploring themes of hope, recovery, and rejuvenation.

After a decade of living with chronic pain (fibromyalgia), having energy again felt like being given wings. Healing is at the heart of my current series. It grew from a time of grief and trauma but carries a message of creative resilience and hope.


Check out the work at Tralee library, Moyderwell, Kerry V92 X092.

Can’t visit?

If you are unable to visit the exhibition in person, Email AimsirArts@gmail.com if you would like to see some images online instead.

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