Saturday May 30, 2020

First Person: Sean Lynch artist, Limerick

Lynch's work shines a light on forgotten history

10th January, 2016
Sean Lynch: Picture: Eamon Ward

Did you have a childhood ambition?

To be a scrapyard merchant. My father was a mechanic and as a child I accompanied him to yards, watching him find spare parts for truck and tractor repairs. The bossman could recall every part of every model and knew exactly where to find it. There was [always] a large puddle of water at the main gate to keep men in suits out, and the inevitable sound...

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