Shane O Driscoll

Shane O Driscoll is an Irish printmaker and visual artist who practices mainly in screen printing. He studied Visual Communications and is a member of Cork Printmakers and Graphic Studio Dublin. In 2018 he was an invited artist asked to create artwork in Brown Thomas’ Grafton Street window and he also participated in the Waterford Walls Street Art Festival, applying his abstract artwork onto a building and piano.

He has exhibited his work internationally and throughout Ireland. Shane has also displayed work in The Irish Print Museum, the Crawford Municipal Gallery and he has a number of works in the O.P.W. collection.

His work can be described as minimal yet concise.

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