About Éadaoin Glynn
Éadaoin Glynn is a visual artist based in Ireland interested in abstraction. She studied literature instead of art and returned to painting decades later.
Éadaoin Glynn studied literature and writing is part of her painting process. Her paintings shift between abstraction and figurative as she explores themes of womanhood, metamorphosis and transformation. She takes inspiration from the Irish landscape and her personal experience of being an artist, a woman and a mother.
Upcoming solo and two-person shows include the Limerick Museum and Upstairs@Walters, ArtNetDlr, Dublin. Recent group shows include the London Art Biennale, London; Show What We Can Do, Artlink, Donegal; Connect, ArtNetDlr, Dublin; Preamble, Uillinn West Cork Arts Centre; Does Art Enrich Life? The Narrow Space, Clonmel; Hand of Man, Backwater Artists Studios, Cork; New Yin Art, Crane Visual, Cork; OXO, the Outset Gallery, Galway and Summer of Love, the Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon. Her paintings are in private collections worldwide.
In 2023, Éadaoin founded the Warrior Artist Podcast as a source of inspiration and reference for Irish visual artists.
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