Caitríona Sheedy is a multimedia artist based in north County Clare.  She has a BA in Design & Visual Communications from Athlone IT 1998 and a Diploma in Community Development NUIG ‘06.
Her work is primarily concerned with

  • exploring human nature, potential, connection and symbiotic relationships within our reality.
    developing public installations, exhibitions & creating videos encompassing her painting, writing, song and movement compositions on these themes.

Solo exhibitions

2018, Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Co. Clare – The Universe is Mental, [Getting to the Heart of It].
2014, EASI pop up Gallery, Ennis, ‘Pre’sence’.
2008, Clare County Museum, ‘Present, Be Here Now’.

Group exhibitions include

2019, Touring Clare County libraries, beginning at Record Break, Ennis-  Poetry and Art Exhibition.
Sept 2013  Presentation of artist group on Goethean Energy Study project, Ennis, Co. Clare.
2007 Florence Bienalle

She has created enclosed 3D Pentagram (5m) Art Space with her evolving body of work ‘Reflective Sanctuary’ at

  • Electric picnic festival, Co. Laois, (2019, 2017, 2016, 2015 ).
  • Identity and Being,(2018).
  • As well as in public parks -For various Culture Night Events.

She has been ‘Artist in Situ’ 2014  Iniscealtra Arts Festival, Mountshannon, Co. Clare.
Facilitating art workshops as part of Embrace, arts and disabilities programme.
Gateways – public art in windows,(2017-2018) Main St. Ennistymon & Parnell St, Ennis, Co. Clare.

Ennis street festivals (2015, 2016).
Installation at Hill of Uisneach, Mullingar (2012).
Collaboration as Collective for public art (2011) The Power of Local, Ennistymon, Co.Clare.

Caitríona is a member of  VAI.

Recipient of Clare County Arts Grants, Clare Culture Night 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Clare County Council Arts Act – Materials Grant 2017, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2008
Community And Arts Grant, Ennis Town Council –Goethean Energy Study of Place, 2013.
Embrace arts & disabilities projects residency awards, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019,
Her work has been purchased by Tallaght IT Ireland (2003) & NIVAL (National Irish Visual Arts Library) (2011).