Louise Kirby is a Dundee based visual artist and designer enhancing experiences and placemaking that support positive wellbeing.  She creates site specific artworks and designs that transforms the experience. Each project or commision is distinct to the organisation or space with a flavour of her signature style of  playful pattern, conscientious colour and meaningful references that captures a sense of place. 
Louise's designs have a range of applications from applied artwork to colourful pocket parks, colourful crossings and ground graphics, decorative steel gates, interior and exterior environmental graphics and murals.  Her artwork brings joy to site specific places within the public realm.
Louise Kirby support positive wellbeing by brings the positives into focus to help people connect to the amazing world around them. 
 Purposeful – Playful POSSIBILITIES-  ConnectS 
PurposefulLouise believes her designs are more than pretty patterns they have a social role to play in supporting positive wellbeing.  She loves to work on large scale projects that make a positive impact the world.  She creates concepts that links with strategies to help with placemaking and wayfinding, enhancing the user experiences by creating environments that make people feel comfortable/joyful/connected.  Through creative consultation, human centred design thinking she takes concepts from an idea to installation.
Playful POSSIBILITIESLouise loves to play with combinations of colour, texture and meaningful imagery to develop new designs that are site specific to the space, place and/or organisation.  She is full of ideas and possibilities!
ConnectS – Louise helps join the dots by creating visual imagery that connects people to the world around them.  She creates designs that resonate with people, making them feel connected and joyful with a sense of belonging.  Through creative consultation with clients, stakeholders and service users she creates meaningful designs with impact.   
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