“I am interested in documenting female domestic history and exploring emotional response and memory of place. I paint intuitively, abstracting landscapes, building layers of oil and cold wax over several months. The process of adding layers, collage and marks, then excavating, scraping and dissolving them, builds texture and depth, creating a history, echoing how land is laid down, weathered, compressed and eroded over time.” Éadaoin Glynn – 2019
With a background in French literature and Business, I studied and worked in Paris, London and Dublin before returning to Cork. A self-taught artist, I work from my home studio in Douglas, Cork where I paint abstract landscapes, predominantly in oil and cold wax.
Recent exhibitions include:
‘when she dreamt in colour’ solo show, OnThe Pig’s Back, Cork 22 November 2019 – 16 January 2020, Artform Annual Contemporary Art Fair, #44 The Quay, Waterford 22 November – 16 December 2020, Cover artist and featured artist in Murze Arts Magazine issue seven, August 2019, 56th Annual Member’s Exhibition Group Show, Lavit Gallery 28 February – 16 March 2019