Aisling Conroy is a multidisciplinary artist using drawing, painting, print and installation. She graduated from The National College of Art and Design with a BA Hons degree in Fine Art Print, 2009; and a Master of Fine Art postgraduate degree, 2011. Aisling has been an exhibiting artist since 2007, showing in various venues around Ireland, as well as having exhibited in the US, China and India. Her work is represented in public and private collections, both nationally and internationally. Aisling has worked for the National Irish Visual Arts Library (NIVAL) and for the Edward Murphy Library of the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), on numerous archival, digitisation, research and educational projects (2012-2017). She now works in the animation, audio-visual sector. Aisling is also an Associate Gallery Artist with the Olivier Cornet Gallery in Dublin.
Recent exhibitions and publications:
8 under 40: Artists to Watch; Irish Arts Review, Summer Edition June- August 2018; p.94-101. Edited by John Mulcahy.
2° C, a group show on climate change presented by the Olivier Cornet Gallery and EPA Ireland. Launched at VUE, Royal Hibernian Academy; official opening at the Olivier Cornet Gallery (16th Dec – 20th March 2018). Impressions Print Biennale (2017) Galway; Bardo (2017) Olivier Cornet Gallery, Dublin- solo show; Bardo (2016) The Arthouse, Co. Laois-solo show; Saibhreas (2015) Damer House Gallery, Tipperary.