In Ireland, Kevin McHugh is exploring the intersections of the written word, agriculture, and art. Where he sprays song lyrics and rhymes and poems on country roads, there’s only one problem, sort of. You can’t see the work until it rains. He says:
“It’s a hydrophobic spray that repeals water, so it only appears when it rains or you spray water on it,” explained Kevin, who caused quite a stir late last year with his power-hose murals. “I’ve been involved with Sliabh Beagh for around five years now, and we’re always doing quirky wee projects like this. Everything we do is out of the ordinary.”
art & agriculture: shauna lee lange. we’re exploring the intersections of art, agriculture, agritourism, and agrarian systems. 941/875.5190.