New Work by Áine Ní Chíobháin

Local artist Áine Ní Chíobháin’s rich landscapes capture the beauty and wild essence of Dingle’s majestic peninsula.

‘An Triúr Deirféar’, Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas, 35 x 45 cm.

Born in Cork City, Áine Ní Chíobháin is an artist with family roots in Corca Dhuibhne. Leaving Cork in 2007, she returned to her roots and is now living and working in Dingle. Based on her Kerry homeland, her work encompasses painting, printing and etching. Her rich landscapes capture beautifully the wild and majestic essence of the Dingle Peninsula, which is an ongoing inspiration for her.

Áine has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions and installations. She has received a great deal of media attention, on radio, television and in the press. A graduate of the Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, Áine’s artwork can be found in many public and private collections including HETAC, CIT and Kerry County Council. She has received several awards from Ealaín na Gaeltachta (Arts Council of Ireland & Údarás na Gaeltachta), Kerry County Council and Cork Film Centre.

Áine was also officially selected for Tionól, Sabhal Mór Ostaigh, Isle of Skye, (2013); Orgi 4, Kings ARI, Sydney, Australia (2013); RHA 182nd Annual Exhibition,RHA GalleyDublin. (2012); Crosbhóthar, Dingle, Connemara and Donegal and on The National Gallery of Ireland, Culture Night  (2011 & 2012); Cork Arttrail, Cork (2004/2005); Labyrinth, Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, a Cork European Capital of Culture commission (2005); and Introducing, West Cork Arts Centre (2003).

‘An Fear Marbh I’,
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas, 31 x 41 cm.


An Chonair II’, 
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Panel, 54 x 57 cm.


‘Dorchadas ag Titim’, 
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas, 31 x 41 cm.