A 2005 graduate of the Limerick School of Design, specialising in printmaking Eanna worked for several years in arts and music before re-engaging with a studio practice in 2016.

 

After studying painting in the Royal Hibernian Academy he took up a studio residency in the Courthouse in his native Ennistymon in 2017 where he currently works.

Matthew Mitchell is a fine artist painter based in Co Clare and Dublin. In 2017 he completed his MFA at National College of Art and was awarded the NCAD Studio Residency at NAStudios,Dublin. In 2018 was awarded the Emerging Irish Residency Award Residency at the Burren College of Art. Since graduating from NCAD he has exhibited at Mason Hayes and Curran, The Sailors Home Limerick, The Burren College of Art, Gallery 126 in Galway and the RHA Annual Exhibition. His work has been purchased by the OPW, the Law Society of Ireland, and is held in corporate and private collections.

Rowena trained as a silversmith at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin, and has worked across a range of creative disciplines including textiles, millinery and costume. She is interested in the meeting point between ethical, sustainable design, and exciting new technologies such as laser cutting. 

Rowena’s most recent work has been in the field of jewellery design, and developed out of a desire to produce a range of striking contemporary jewellery using locally and responsibly sourced materials, combining hand craft with laser technology. This marrying of nature and technology is reflected visually in her work, which is derived from the geometry inherent in natural forms.

Lindsey Power is a multi-disciplined artist living and working in County Clare. Working in response to the effects of living with bipolar disorder, Lindsey’s work plays with the fluid dynamic between states consistently attempting to balance order and chaos, dark and light, into a singular harmonious narrative.