Wolf Lorien is a representational artist, with a B.A. (Hons.) in Fine Art and an M.A. in Fine Art (Painting) from the Limerick School of Art and Design.
He is also an experienced art tutor in both Co. Clare and Co. Galway, and has taught all ages and abilities over the past 17 years. He has exhibited his work in Limerick, Clare, Galway & Cork and attended the Urban Fabric 2 conference in Cork City as a representative of LSAD.
He has also produced artwork for The Department of Agriculture, Raheen Hospital (Tuamgraney) and various printers and periodicals around the country and abroad. He provided illustrations for two books and an educational project to be used in National Schools.
He has facilitated and produced a number of murals for local communities, county councils (WallCandy Ennis, Co. Clare), as well as a mural for the Raheen Hospital Chapel Corridor.
His work often focuses on aspects of history, myth & folklore, both ancient and present day. Much of his art concentrates upon figurative studies, inspired by the point where our spiritual or higher ideals take physical form.