Sinéad Mckillican is an Irish contemporary artist drawn to minimalism and abstract forms. Prior to receiving a BA in Fine art – Painting (2020) from Limerick School of Art and Design, LIT (TUS) Sinead spent over 20 years working as an Architectural Technician. A career that honed her technical acuity and eye for compositions, skills central to her creative practice. Sinead’s fascination with minimalist abstract art was sparked after visiting a retrospective exhibition of the Irish artist Patrick Scott. Sinéad’s conceptual concepts explore curves, and the inherent possibilities of materials. Both 2D and 3D compositions are investigated, with many objects created poised between design and expression, essentially sculpture and architecture. Since graduating Sinéad has exhibited work in a number of exhibitions including the Sailors Home, Limerick; Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCCA); Limerick Summerfest; The Courthouse Gallery & Studios, Co. Clare; Art Mad, Limerick; Limerick School of Art & Design for ‘SVITLO’; Belltable, Limerick; The Hunt Museum, Limerick; RHA, Dublin; Circuit Art, Galway and K-Fest, Killorglin, Co Kerry. In 2020 Sinead was shortlisted for the RDS Visual Art Award. Some of Sinead’s awards include the Agility Award, 2022 and works purchased by LCGA, Limerick and The Hunt Museum.
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