BIOGRAPHY

 

Siobhan Cox-Carlos is an artist from Strokestown, Co. Roscommon. She is an honours Degree graduate in Fine Art from the Limerick College of Art & Design(June 2004).

She has been the recipient of a number of grants from her local Arts Office and was awarded a residency for the Tyrone Guthrie Centre by Roscommon County Council in 2014.

She has had a number of residencies in the Tyrone Guthrie Centre and at Cill Riallaig, Co. Kerry and also 3 months in the Las Olas Art Centre, Fort Lauderdale where she also exhibited her degree show in 2004. Siobhan was awarded a % for Art Scheme with the National Cancer Centres in Galway and Cork. Siobhan has been an invited artist at many shows including the Central Bank Summer Show in Dublin and Art Fairs in the R.D.S., Boyle Arts Festival and solo shows in Sol Art Gallery, Dublin and Solas Art Gallery, Ballinamore; Cass Art, London and Hambly & Hambly, Enniskillen. She has exhibited her work in juried shows in Florida and has had a solo exhibition in Providence, Rhode Island.

Her work is represented in private collections in Ireland, Europe, America, Bermuda, Mexico and Australia. It is also represented in the OPW State Art Collection, Roscommon County Council Civic Collection National Cancer Screen Service (for which she was awarded a % for Art Scheme in 2010) GALWAlY and CORK clinics, Holles Street National Maternity Hospital, Dublin and the Dept.
of an Taoiseach. SIOBHAN COX-CARLOS, B.A. (Fine Art) STATEMENT
Siobhan Cox-Carlos is a painter, known for her use of vibrant colour and love of texture and pattern. Cox-Carlos was awarded an honours degree from Limerick College of Art & Design
(2004)

"My work is mainly influenced by my love of nature, in which I am immersed in my native Co.Roscommon, Ireland. I find inspiration in the hedgerows, flowers and grasses growing wild in my surroundings and am equally appreciative of the beauty beyond my local landscape. I intend the viewing of my art to be an uplifting experience and use an vibrant range of colours, textures and patterns.

Above all I hope that the viewer will forget all of what is going on in the
present turbulent times and experience even a moments peace, joy and happiness in the presence of one of my pieces. In addition to my painting is my love of using found objects, being in my art or up-cycling furniture
and Textiles and I am open to commissions which would help extend and/or re-new the use of a given object - hence my EMPORIUM OF THE FOUND! Feel free to contact me to discuss any project that will help us live more sustainably.