Michael Killen is an established Irish sculptor with over thirty five years experience working in bronze, wood and stone. His work to date has been mainly figurative - as it is through the figure that he feels he can capture an exciting sense of life.

Allied to his sculptural work he has a great love of print-making and is now a member of the Graphic Studio. Dublin. 

He has completed numerous  commissions for public bodies, organizations and  individuals. The commissions have been varied in nature, examples include a sculpture for a public hospital in Northern Ireland and commissioned works as part of the restoration of Swords Castle, County Dublin. 

He is currently working on a public commission which commenced in the spring of 2017 for a school in North County Dublin. He exhibits in a number of galleries in Ireland and had the pleasure of presenting a solo exhibition at the Irish Embassy, Berlin in 2012.

“Running Girl.”

Part of a Life size bronze in the foundry during its assembly.
The work is still under construction

Commissioned by the the Department of Education 

E-Tec Power International
Presentation Bronze. 

Bronze Trophy mounted on a Walnut Base

"The Swim"
Etching and Aquatint
Image Size: 685 x 480
Paper Size: 840 x 650
Artist's Proof