Sinead O'Reilly



Sinead O'Reilly graduated in Fine Art Printmaking from NCAD in 1999 and received a Higher Diploma in Art and Design Teaching from LCAD in 2000.
In 2006 she completed a residency in Mumbai, India, where she studied printmaking techniques under Professor Kashinath Salve. She was a founding member of Jeco Sword, a Dublin based collective which included artists Clodagh Emoe, Janine Davidson and Orla Whelan and whose exhibitions included Trapezium in the Lab in 2008. She has worked on private commissions and exhibited in numerous group exhibitions. She works as an art Teacher in Dominican College, Griffith Avenue. She has been a member of the Black Church Print Studio in Temple Bar, Dublin, since 2001.


Artist Statement


I make etchings, screen prints, and drawings about the conflict and connectivity between the natural and the built environment and our role in conservation. My prints contain collaged pieces of pattern, found papers and texts which are arranged beneath a layer of etching and aquatint. Some works are composed of a print repeated and reversed to grow a single motif into a pattern or ink drawings are made on fragments of paper which unite to create a whole.