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Róisín Hahessy

Róisín works mainly in the field of children’s publishing. She left Ireland in 2015 and began an exciting new chapter in the south of Brazil. This big change allowed her to really pursue her dream of becoming an illustrator and over the last few years she has illustrated a number of children’s books with publishers such as Futa Fata, Little Tiger Press and Usborne Publishing. She recently moved back to Europe and set up home in Portugal. Changing cultures, climate and so much more has really inspired Róisín and her art – her work became a lot more colourful soon after moving to Brazil and she has already started drawing many crooked houses and cobbled streets since moving to Porto. When she isn’t drawing, she loves nothing more than snuggling up in a cosy corner with a good book or a film with some nice treats to nibble on. 

 

Róisín Hahessy

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A Bottle of Sunshine
Six Little Scallywags
Summer Sunset
Smile at the Butterlies
Heart in Your Mouth
Not the Brightest Bulb
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Nana Hugs
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Letting Go
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Castles in the Sand
Creepin
Rainy Days
Funky town
Róisín Hahessy

Róisín works mainly in the field of children’s publishing. She left Ireland in 2015 and began an exciting new chapter in the south of Brazil. This big change allowed her to really pursue her dream of becoming an illustrator and over the last few years she has illustrated a number of children’s books with publishers such as Futa Fata, Little Tiger Press and Usborne Publishing. She recently moved back to Europe and set up home in Portugal. Changing cultures, climate and so much more has really inspired Róisín and her art – her work became a lot more colourful soon after moving to Brazil and she has already started drawing many crooked houses and cobbled streets since moving to Porto. When she isn’t drawing, she loves nothing more than snuggling up in a cosy corner with a good book or a film with some nice treats to nibble on. 

 

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