Fiona O’Dwyer is a visual artist based in Ennistymon in North Clare. She holds an Honors Degree in Fine Art/Sculpture from Limerick School of Art and Design (1989).

She works with a wide variety of materials and processes, from stone carving to film making. She is currently working directly in the landscape, using alternative darkroom processes and drawing to explore issues and ideas around biodiversity and environment.

She has exhibited in Limerick City Gallery of Art, (2019), Huuto Gallery of Art, Helsinki (2016) and  The Courthouse Gallery of Art, Ennistymon (2016)

She is a member of VAI and Praxis.
Awards include Clare Co. Council Arts Grant (1989 – 2021), Arts Council Bursary (2012), South Tipperary Co. Council Artist Bursary (2010) and Arts Council Agility Award (2021).

Her work has been purchased by National Collection of Contemporary Drawing (2019).
Projects  and commissions include Strange the Rooms We’ve All Lived In…. Clare Co. Council (2002/03), In The Footsteps of Augustine Henry With the Glasnevin Central China Expedition, documentary commissioned by RTE (2002), Glass Ribbons, Stained Glass window commissioned by Ennis U.D.C for Ennis County Museum (2001) and Dreamboat, carved Limestone, Clare County Council (1997).