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Illustrators Ireland is a non-profit organisation that supports the development of Illustration in Ireland by showcasing the work of our members and fostering links with similar organisations at home and abroad. As a professional organisation we aim to raise the profile of Irish illustration as a dynamic and cutting edge art form, as well as promoting the work and skills of our individual members.

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Adrienne Geoghegan

Adrienne Geoghegan is an author, illustrator, picture book maker, collagist, and tutor. She has lived in Stoneybatter for the last 21 years and considers herself a native.

Adrienne is currently serving as a director for the organisation.

Adrienne’s drawings and objects are perceived in many ways: symbolically, suggestively, and decoratively. She loves to play with compositions and found printed ephemera to create her own unique interpretations. Adrienne works entirely by hand with no digital elements except to scan the final work.

Adrienne was educated at Kingston University, London, where she studied illustration. She graduated in 1993 with a first class honours degree.  In 2014 Adrienne was invited from among thousands of applicants by Golden Artist Colors, New York to receive training as part of their Golden Artist Educator Program in London.  There she received her Golden Artist Educator certification. Adrienne designed and teaches on Visual Art Boot Camps and is a part time lecturer at The Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Art, Design and Printing.

Adrienne illustrated for The Guardian, The Economist, and Emap Publishing Group. She has freelanced for numerous Irish publications including The Irish Times, and Business & Finance.  Adrienne lectured at DIT, The Irish Writer’s Centre, NCAD, Independent Colleges, BCHE, and the National Gallery of Ireland.

 


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Adrienne Geoghegan

BOLOGNA 2017 BOOKMARK

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Arsenic assemblage (main)

GISELLE POSTER

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Lost Bird

Ape My Dress

Not My Cup of Tea

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LUAN GALLERY

LUAN GALLERY

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Life Decisions

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Scrap the Junkyard Dog. Picture Book Proposal

Scrap the Junkyard Dog. Picture Book Proposal

Adrienne Geoghegan

Adrienne Geoghegan is an author, illustrator, picture book maker, collagist, and tutor. She has lived in Stoneybatter for the last 21 years and considers herself a native.

Adrienne is currently serving as a director for the organisation.

Adrienne’s drawings and objects are perceived in many ways: symbolically, suggestively, and decoratively. She loves to play with compositions and found printed ephemera to create her own unique interpretations. Adrienne works entirely by hand with no digital elements except to scan the final work.

Adrienne was educated at Kingston University, London, where she studied illustration. She graduated in 1993 with a first class honours degree.  In 2014 Adrienne was invited from among thousands of applicants by Golden Artist Colors, New York to receive training as part of their Golden Artist Educator Program in London.  There she received her Golden Artist Educator certification. Adrienne designed and teaches on Visual Art Boot Camps and is a part time lecturer at The Dublin Institute of Technology, School of Art, Design and Printing.

Adrienne illustrated for The Guardian, The Economist, and Emap Publishing Group. She has freelanced for numerous Irish publications including The Irish Times, and Business & Finance.  Adrienne lectured at DIT, The Irish Writer’s Centre, NCAD, Independent Colleges, BCHE, and the National Gallery of Ireland.

 

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