Once, a film director shot a movie in the desert. He brought nothing but his actors, and people were puzzled. “Why did you choose such a place to shoot the film?” asked his colleagues. “There’s nothing there!” “On the contrary,” said the director, “there is the most interesting thing in the world: the human face.” I feel the same as that director: there is nothing I’d rather draw than a portrait, so when the inspirational Margaret Flannery of the Galway Arts Trust asked me to get involved in a great project she was undertaking in University Hospital Galway, I was delighted to accept.
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