Ceri Garfield is an artist and writer from Mullagh, Co. Clare. She has a BA (First Class Honours) in Fine Art, Printmaking from Limerick School of Art and Design 2009, and a Higher Diploma in Television Production through the Irish language from WIT/Nemeton TV 2015.

Ceri’s work is primarily nature based; she’s ‘fascinated by the beauty of our natural world and our innate complexity as it reveals itself in quiet moments.’

Recent exhibitions include 194th RHA Annual Exhibition,Summer 2024 and Summer Open Exhibition, The Courthouse Gallery, Ennistymon, Summer 2022. Visual art work encompasses photography, video, drawing and more recently watercolour.

“Máire Pháidín, Cara Linn,” a half hour documentary about inspirational Inis Meáin native Máire Pháidín, aired on TG4 in 2018. Ceri produced and directed the documentary, and shot some of the footage herself while living on the island.

Ceri was shortlisted for the RTÉ Short Story Competition 2020 and was awarded An Scéim Meantóireachta (Writer’s Mentorship Scheme) by Foras na Gaeilge 2021. Her stories have been published in Feasta and Comhar magasines. Her first collection of short stories as Gaeilge is forthcoming.