- 297 mm x 420 mm (A3)
- Printed with pigment archival inks
- 305gsm Hahnemühle cotton rag archival paper
- Including certificate of authenticity signed by the artist
Breda Lynch – born in Kilkenny, lives in Limerick city and works as a full-time lecturer in Fine Art at Limerick School of Art and Design. Lynch holds a BA (Hons)Degree in Fine Art Print at Crawford College of Art, an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London and an MPhil in Fine Art Print and Digital Media from the University of Wolverhampton.
She is a visual artist working in a variety of media, including drawing, photography, print and digital media, video and installation. She engages with dialogues and discourses on – queer feminisms, the western mystery tradition and Occulture, appropriation and the economy of the image.
She has exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions in Ireland and internationally. Solo exhibitions in Ireland include: ‘Blue Dyke’ – Ormston House, Limerick (2020-21),’Witch and Lezzie’, Ashford Gallery RHA (2017), ‘Fragments of a Lost Civilisation’, Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar (2016), ’The Pit and Other Stories’ , at Siamsa Tire Gallery, Tralee (2014), ’Thursday’s Clinic’ , 126 Gallery, Galway (2013), ‘Strangelove’, Black Mariah, Triskel, Cork (2010),’Song to the Siren’, Galway Arts Centre (2009), ‘Place of the Crows’ and ‘Fleurs Fatales’, Context Gallery Derry (2007) and ‘Dark Brides and Silent Twins’ Limerick City Gallery of Art (2006). Recipient of several residencies and awards including Arts Council Artists Bursary Award (2005), Galway Arts Festival commission (2009), Arts Council Travel and Training Award (2014), Cill Rialaig Artist Residency Award (2012 and 2015), SIM Artist Residency, Reykjavik Iceland (2014), NUIG purchase prize at Impressions G.I.A.F. (2017), Cow House Studios Residency Award (2018), Limerick Arts Office International Mobility Award (2018), Editions commission from IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art (2021). Lynch is represented in a number of national and other art collections including: The Arts Council of Ireland, IMMA – Irish Museum of Modern Art, OPW – Office of Public Works, NUIG Collection – Galway, Luciano Benetton Italy, Trinity College Art Collection, Limerick City Gallery Art Collection, University of Limerick Collection, Hunt Museum Limerick and other private collections.
Brōdūil Art Open Call 2022
The Brōdūil Art Open Call ran from 14th March to 24th April 2022 and received over 100 submissions from dozens of LGBTQIA+ artists around Ireland. Launching in June 2022, to coincide with Pride, a selection of 15 artworks from the Brōdūil Art Open Call will be produced as A3 prints and will be made available to purchase from the Brōdūil Art Store exclusively between June 1st – 30th.