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Louise Walsh was born on 1963. Discover Louise Walsh’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?
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Louise Walsh Net Worth
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Timeline of Louise Walsh
She is well known for her work of life-size energetic figures, which can attracting controversy as they challenge conventional depictions of women. Her considerable technical skill and use of informal objects is commended by some commentators. She has exhibited extensively in Ireland and the UK with notable exhibitions at; the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin with ‘Sounding the Depths Phase Two,’ and also in Graz, Austria, the Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, the Arts Council Gallery, Belfast and the Belltable Arts Centre, Limerick. She has substantial experience in the field of public art with commissions including; Installation work at Heathrow Airport, London, sculpture within the integrated artworks project at the Royal Victoria Hospitals and work in Dublin, Cavan and Limerick.
In 2013 she walked away from the project due to the financial loss she had sustained during the process.
In 2006 she was commissioned by the Department for Social Development to create a sculpture to commemorate the 300-year history of women factory workers in Derry. Over the following years the project was delayed as planning permission for the erection of the sculpture was denied and therefore its location had to be shifted, causing Walsh to re-design and re-make the sculpture.
In the late 1980s, her design for a public artwork in Belfast to commemorate women’s work was accepted by the project’s selection panel. The official brief was to reflect Amelia Street’s history as a former red-light district. with “two colourful life-size ‘cartoon’ female figures’’. Walsh considered it to be offensive to portray women in that way, and instead submitted her proposal for two bronze female figures, addressing the underlying issues of women’s low-paid jobs and unpaid housework. This theme is articulated by the use of objects and utensils symbolic of women’s work, such as household items, telephones, shopping baskets and cash registers, which are imbedded in the fabric of the figures. Due to this controversy, regarding its purpose it was dropped by the selection panel. A private developer later recommissioned the work, titled Monument to the Unknown Woman Worker, and it was erected in 1992.
Louise Walsh (born 1963) is an Irish artist from County Cork who lives and works in Dublin. She is a lecturer at the National College of Art and Design and she is known for her public artworks which are located in Belfast, Limerick, Dublin and Heathrow Airport in London.
Walsh was born in Cork in 1963 and is currently based in Dublin. She attended Crawford Municipal School of Art and graduated with a Distinction in 1985. In 1986 she gained her MA in Sculpture from the University of Ulster, Belfast. Currently working in the Sculpture Department at National College of Art and Design, Dublin.