Siobhan Feehan’s work is inspired by architectural relic. Personal and public space, each evokes an architectural relic that is implicit of its time. Feehan’s work uses these sites to create a dismembered prototype of the subject, which is in direct response to, rather than an ornamentation of, the site. Landmarks, monuments, parks and cemeteries are reoccurring subjects that she constructs with a range of mediums from sculpture, installation and digital assemblage.

Feehan graduated from The Maryland Institute College of Art in 2009. She joined T-Lot, a studio collective and 8,000 sq. ft. outdoor exhibition space in the St. Claude Arts District, in New Orleans, LA in 2011 and become a member of Good Children Gallery in New Orleans, LA in 2012. The summer of 2011, Feehan was accepted into the Nes Artist Residency in Skagaströnd, Iceland. In 2013, she joined Concord Art Space for an art residency in Los Angeles, CA and helped coordinated a cross-country exhibition from Los Angeles to New Orleans and back. Her work exhibited in galleries and exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Feehan will be attending Harvard University Graphic School of Design for the Masters of Landscape Architecture program in the fall of 2014.