Artist extraordinaire Mary Duffy explores aspects of her work, lifestyle, philosophy and examines the hurdles and political difficulties she has faced throughout her career as an individual affected by the misuse of Thalidomide given to expectant mothers in 1960s.

In conversation with Mo McDevitt in Co. Wexford we find the source of her expansive collection of works and witness the tremendous spirit and energy both on canvas and print…this artists expresses courage, determination, generosity and an acceptance of circumstances few of us could match.

Made in association with Studio 23.