Massey work a refreshing break from the norm

There are two types of creative people: those who like to work in groups, bouncing ideas off one other and talking as they go, and those who prefer to work alone.

27th January, 2007

There are two types of creative people: those who like to work in groups, bouncing ideas off one other and talking as they go, and those who prefer to work alone. Irish sculptor Fidelma Massey, who operates from her own studio in Rathmines in Dublin 6, admits that she is definitely the latter.

Her work, however, is anything but silent.

A graduate of the Dun Laoghaire School of Art, where she majored in fine art and...

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