ArtByEoin – From Belfast to Bantry! 2 August 2012Posted by Irish Street Art in Ireland.
Tags: ArtByEoin, Bantry, Belfast, Lahinch, Phlegm
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Eoin told IrishStreetArt.com “Working alongside some super talented artists that have been in this game for a long time now was amazing! The stories from the beginnings of graffiti in Ireland to the opportunities that their crafts have brought them and the growing inclusion of street art and graffiti by communities around the country.”
In Bantry, following a visit by Phlegm, the town was all talk about street art. “I had the opportunity to try out something I’d never even thought of attempting before with my limited knowledge of spraying, a large scale photorealistic piece entitled ‘Hope’. The response to the work within the community was amazing and it has opened up a whole new area of my art that I have had in mind for a long time – I cant wait to see where it takes me now!”
Eoin is traveling around Australia and Hawaii over the winter to leave his mark behind, “I have one more giant piece that I am waiting for final approval for before I leave for the winter, fingers crossed it gets the green light, its ridiculously big!!”
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Art By Eoin in Tipperary 11 June 2012Posted by Irish Street Art in Featured Street Artist, Ireland.
Tags: ArtByEoin, Atlantic Sea, Atrbyeoin, Lanich, Video
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Visual artist, Eoin O’Connor brings us a piece he completed last weekend on the side of a factory in Carrick-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary. Based in Lahinch, on the Atlantic Coast he mainly paints ocean inspired scenes. ‘I try to capture some of the energy experienced while in and around the water.’ Over the past year Eoin has been working towards merging the 3 areas in which he draw’s inspiration – surfing, street art and fine art. ‘My goal is to create something that can bridge the gaps between genres and stand alone as my own style.’ For more stimulate seascapes visit ArtByEoin.com