Kevin Bohan

Country of Origin: Ireland https://www.instagram.com/kevinbohanart/

 

Kevin is a full-time artist, illustrator and mural painter based in Dublin. Kevin came back to art in his mid-thirties after a long break. Since 2011 he has had five solo exhibitions in Dublin. He has taken part in numerous group shows and live-painting events and festivals.

Kevin is a volunteer at The Icon Factory artist-based charity in Temple Bar, D1. They help support local artists through commission free exhibition space and help promote Irish culture through art and education. He also works regularly facilitating creative workshops and mural painting events with schools, youth groups and drug rehabilitation centres.

Kevin is a big fan of tribal and psychedelic art, character-based pieces and works in digital illustration, pen and ink and acrylic paint. However large scale mural painting is his passion. He has painted many public and private commission murals in Dublin and around Ireland. He has taken part in many street-art festivals including The All City Jam, Evolve Urban Art Jam, Electric Picnic Artlot, the Longford CruthĂș Art Festival and the Waterford Walls International Street Art Festival.

 

Wall owner scheme closing on November 30th.

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