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This piece is an abstract meteorological map of Dublin. Ireland has been rated as one of the worst performing countries in the EU when it comes to tackling climate change.

The effects of this can already be seen in our day-to-day lives. With drier summers, wetter winters and increasingly erratic storms. With such a lack of genuine political will to turn back the clock on climate change, one can only ask, have we run out of time?

I am an emerging visual artist and my work transverses both physical and digital worlds. Often using paint, print and illustration, my work explores experiences and culture through the use of fluid shapes, linear structures and a pastel palette.

A founding member of the visual art collective Epoch, I am available for commissions and my personal work is available to purchase through my Instagram @rachmclarke or my website

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