Caoimhe Moore

Caoimhe Moore


Through drawing practice I encapsulate my personal experience of anxiety through an exploration of the continual dismissal of women’s mental health issues.

I explore this theme in a direct and immediate way, through my process, which prominently utilities pencils and ink on paper. Each stroke serves as a visual narrative, inviting the viewer to engage with the emotional intricacies within the layers of my work. By exploring the intersection of realism and abstraction, I aim to provoke reflection on the pervasive dismissal of women’s mental health concerns, an area often obscured by stigma.

Works by female artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Kiki Smith and Rachel Goodyear, especially their drawing practice, influence my methodology and approach.


Course: fine art

Year: 2024

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