Conall Cary is a visual artist and printmaker currently working out of Ireland as a member of Backwater Artists Group and Cork Printmakers, where he serves on the Board of Directors.
After studies at the University of Oregon, he went on to study Printmaking at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, graduating with a First Class Honors Degree in 2010.
Conall then went on to teach printmaking in a wide variety of media to people suffering from mental health problems as part of his post as Creative Scotland Artist in Residence at the Highlands Print Studio in Inverness, Scotland.
Recent international residencies at The Sirius Arts Centre and the Ratamo Centre for Printmaking and Photography in Finland have continued a direction of work that is concerned with modern male identity, in particular the issues facing men living in rural isolated environments.
Recently Conall has been involved in a national touring project called The MACHISMO Project, which further explores and discusses modern male identity in Ireland.