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Fraser Holden with his art piece titled Commodity which will be part of his art exhibition. Photo: Frank McGrath

Fraser Holden with his art piece titled Commodity which will be part of his art exhibition. Photo: Frank McGrath

Fraser Holden with his wife Orlagh and their seven-year-old daughter Oonagh.

Fraser Holden with his wife Orlagh and their seven-year-old daughter Oonagh.

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Fraser Holden with his art piece titled Commodity which will be part of his art exhibition. Photo: Frank McGrath

A Dublin architect who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease three months ago is using his artistic talent as a painter to deliver a message of hope in a series of striking and thought-provoking paintings.

Fraser Holden (52) from Rathfarnham has suffered a rapid decline in health and can no longer walk, but his black and white paintings, which go on a fundraising exhibition later this month, tell of the inner light and optimism he holds on to.


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