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Satire and nostalgia inspire the work of a Tuam textile artist

Wednesday, 25th March, 2020 12:20pm
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By Mary Ryan

 

HAVE you found your tribe? Do you know who your tribe is? Finding one’s tribe is something many of us may never do but if we do, we’ll know we’ve arrived when a space feels like our community, a space which is healthy for us, where there is a sense of purpose and in our heart we know we’ve arrived.

This is what happened to local textile artist Karena Ryan who has never been as happy and contented as she is now. But as with most rewarding journeys her route has been circuitous.

Read the feature in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald

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