Alan Doyle

Doyle’s work deals mostly with the themes of alienation and anxiety. The troubled and immobile charters in his images reflect the selfless, faceless and lost characters we see day to day on the streets of any city or floating through the subconscious. Doyle’s images also serve as a form of therapy, the repeated patterns and lines or the flow of words act as a mantra laid down in ink. Doyle is an outsider artist and has had no formal training in art. He lives and works in Dublin, Ireland.


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