Éadaoin Glynn is a painter who studied literature. She explores ideas of intimacy, memory and hidden female narratives in her work. She has always been drawn to narratives about women’s lives, stories and images that depict, not only their external realities, but also how they navigate their interior worlds.

Her work shifts between abstraction and figurative and she paints primarily with acrylics, using a wide range of processes and techniques, including found objects, text and collage.

She has exhibited in the London Art Biennale, Sasse Museum of Art, L.A. and extensively in Ireland. Solo shows include ‘Girl Unknown’ the Limerick Museum; ‘Translucence’, Upstairs@Walters, ArtNetDlr, Dublin and she has an up-coming three-person show ‘Transitus’ in the Long Gallery, Backwater Artists, Cork with Oonagh Hurley and Mary Bowen Galvin.

Group shows include the London Art Biennale, London; ‘The Art of the Word’, Sasse Museum of Art, L.A.; ‘All Along The River’, The People’s Museum, Limerick; ‘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 work is in private collections in Ireland, UK, Austria, Germany, Singapore and the USA. In 2023, Éadaoin founded the Warrior Artist Podcast as a source of inspiration and reference for visual artists.  She is a member of Visual Artists Ireland, the Backwater Artists Network, Sample Studios and Art NetDlr.

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