Carolyn Mulholland HRHA

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Carolyn Mulholland HRHA

Born in Lurgan, Co. Armagh in 1944, Carolyn Mulholland is an Irish sculptor whose work often attempts to portray abstract figures in movement. She studied at the Belfast College of Art and was awarded the Ulster Arts Club prize for sculpture in 1965.
The artist was made a member of Aosdana and has exhibited with Basil Blackshaw at the Pepper Canister Gallery in Dublin. Mulholland has completed several important commissions, including a life-size bronze sculpture for the famine memorial graveyard in Clones, Co. Monaghan (1998) and a large bronze panel for the Customs House in Dublin (2003).

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