Michelle Gallagher

Which personality are you?

Our public and private faces and personalities. What do we show and what do we hide.
The empty compartment is for the viewer to decide what face/ personality would they choose?

Irish playwright Brian Friel wrote “ Philadelphia here I come” one of the characters has two actors playing his public and private thoughts.This idea of our public and private personality was a trigger for this artwork.


Abmessungen : 83 cm x 35.5 cm x 4 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Gewicht : 5 kg
Jahr : 2018
Material : Holz, Keramik, Mixed Media, Naturstoffe, Keramik, Holz
Bearbeitung : Keramik
Stil : figurativ, modern, zeitgenössisch, sozial

Michelle Gallagher

I am a visual artist who’s multidisciplinary practice encompasses ceramics, printing, drawing and sculpture. I often use clay mixed with traditional printing techniques. My artwork is firmly rooted in the processes of making and the materials I use dictate the guide my work directly, ideas for pieces are envisioned in different materials, I love the challenge and the variety of exploration through materials. My work delves into many themes, with varied interests lying in the natural world and culture/society. At this time, I am particularly interested in female topics, particularly the working woman/mother. Inspiration comes from observations in my own life and the lives of women in my family and society at large. I try and convey ideas about women’s invisible labor / female drudgery through double meanings and humor.

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2 headed gargoyle
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Iron Lady
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Balancing Act
The juggle of life work balance.
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Dinner Time
Installation work ... The theme of family lifestyle, little things mothers say to their children.
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