Clodagh Redden is a sculptor living and working in West Cork where she has established a studio near the coastal village of Durrús.
The themes and motifs used in Clodagh’s work are symbolic of a spiritual journey between life and death. The Greek mythology of the ferryman Charon carrying the souls across the River Styx is the original concept of these transitional vessels but she also incorporates Celtic motifs, tonalities and mood within the pieces. Along with intricacy of the finer details she primarily prefers to let the natural texture of the manipulated clay inform the final piece.
She is currently in the process of expanding her sculptural skills by learning the art of bronze casting which will be used in combination with her ceramic work.Share this