About Kathrine Geoghegan
Upcoming Solo exhibition ‘Shifting Sands … a startling evolution’. Dual venue exhibition
Dublin Venue: Warehouse location, Tallaght Business Park.
Kilcock Venue: Kilcock Art Gallery, Co Kildare.
Nov/Dec 19 Royal Ulster Academy of Arts Annual Exhibition, Belfast, Northern Ireland – Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise, Ireland – Annual Group Show
June 2019 Bronze medal awarded for work exhibited at Art in Bloom, Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland
Nov 2018 Solo exhibition ‘Cúinne an Ghiorria’ at the United Arts Club, Dublin 2, Ireland
Aug 2018 Residency at Cill Rialaig Artists’ Retreat, Ballinskelligs, Co Kerry, Ireland
2018 Kilcock Art Gallery Solo Exhibition. “…. The Bee Loud Glade”. The exhibition concerns itself with the collapse of the honey bee population and aims to raise awareness of the problem for everyone.
Spring 2018 Publication in the Cold Mountain Review, the literary journal of the Appalachian State University, North Carolina. Special edition ‘Crash’ concerned with the theme of extinction.
2017 Joya-AiR: Arte + Ecologia artist’s residency, Los Velez, Andalucía, Spain
2017 Great North Art Show, Ripon Cathedral, Yorkshire,
2017 Awarded Silver and Bronze medals at “BLOOM” in the Phoenix Park – 5th Annual Botanical & Floral Art in Bloom Exhibition
2016 Solo exhibition at the United Arts Club ‘The Native Irish and a few Colonisers’
2015 Solo exhibition ‘Soundings, Beauty from the Depths’ at the Origin Gallery, Fitzwilliam Street Upper, Dublin 2
2015 Residency at Cill Rialaig Artist’s Retreat, County Kerry
2015 Solo exhibition ‘Jewelled Wasteland’ at Signal Arts Centre Bray, County Wicklow
2014 Exhibited at the WWT (Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust) Castle Espie Wetland Centre in Co. Down as part of the Nature through Art Exhibition
2008 Royal Ulster Academy Annual exhibition
2003 to 2017. Selected Group Exhibitions: – Origin Gallery Dublin, Dublin Painting & Sketching Club 2017, United Arts Club, Dublin, Oireachtas na Gaeilge, Cork Vision Centre Naas Community Library, Feile na Bealtaine Dingle County Kerry, RUA RED, South Dublin Arts Centre, and Various Group Shows