Nuala Goodman is an Irish artist who divides her time between Dublin and Milan. She draws, paints, designs textiles, exhibits and occasionally curates for the Office of Public Works in Ireland. In the world of fashion and design she has worked with Ettore Sottsass, Atelier Mendini, and Alessi to name a few. She exhibited ‘Gardens’ at Palazzo Fortuny in Venice, reinterpreting Mariano Fortuny’s eclectic style in a contemporary way. Her work is also represented in the permanent collection of the Newman House and U2 offices in Dublin, as well as in numerous private collections. She is currently researching and making a series of textile tapestries.