Graft aims to enable local artists to transform the utility boxes and infrastructure which litter our streets into works of art, bringing splashes of vitality and creativity to the streets of Tralee, and ultimately creating a town wide gallery of public art.

Choppy Waters at Fenit Lighthouse 

- Janine Claase

Janine’s paintings reflect her lively upbringing in South Africa, where her close connection to nature left an enduring mark. Using a distinctive biomorphic style, she weaves together a rich tapestry of organic shapes, eye-catching patterns[…]

Crithir (kri-her)

- Edel Wilson

Crithir (kri-her) – particle, powdered matter, spark Edel Wilson is a recent graduate from the Professional Masters in Education (Art and Design) and currently teaches Art in Kerry. She teaches after school art classes in[…]


- Clodagh Edwards

Clodagh Edwards is a contemporary figurative artist working in oils from her studio in Brandon. She holds a BA honours degree in Art History. She endeavors to encapsulate the essence of everything human: our history,[…]

Fliuch an tae

- James Hayes

A piece about being deeply immersed in your environment, your landscape, your work.., your situation… -and about the outward appearance of being ‘all-at-sea , yet..

Missed Pan

- King Dumb

An ode to Barry’s Bread and it’s iconic packaging, gone but not forgotten.


- Ciaraíoch

A tribute to one of the most influential and inspiring Kerry women.

RAISE - Happy Place

Happy Place


RAISE’s work entitled ‘Happy Place’ is part of a growing universe in their mind.

FIGBOOT strolls into town

- Kieran Herlihy

FIGBOOT, the blue Bigfoot is hiking into the town center bringing with him a big smile and happiness from the wilderness.

Graft is supported by Kerry County Council throught their Arts Act Grant.

The project is facilitated by ESB Networks, open eir and Kerry County Council who permitted the use of their utility boxes.