When does the dust ever settle? In the case of Joe Caslin it took a while after his epic city centre piece ‘Claddagh Embrace‘ on the end of Georges street and Dame street made it to the front pages, when it unceremoniously began to peel, not because of the weather, well maybe the wind helped from the lungs of god himself, no not that, because it was timely, it had been a long road of discovery and reason and willpower and breakfast rolls, it was near the end, sadly, which it was, because it was the second last of them epic pieces in a huge set of works ‘Our Nations Son’s’ that had found its way to fruition. What can you do next to top that, you sit down and you let it wash over you, listen to the reasons and words of congratulations and formulate that what you achieve means something more than how you feel, it means more and then think about what to do next, keep going.

Words and Cover Image By Aidan Kelly


Joe Caslin


Dublin


No 20 Cowgate


Warriston Stairs


Galway

Thanks to Aidan Kelly and Joe Caslin.

 

 

Images Via: Aidan Kelly and Joe Caslin