Ann Armstrong is a Dublin Artist. Her primary passion is painting, using oil, watercolour, wood block print and photography.

Ann explores ways of expressing the landscape through visual patterns which underpin life. Her interest lies in the biological draw of the landscape where she focuses on macrocosms and microcosms creating internal landscapes in a surreal and imaginative way. With her scientific background Ann captures some of the analogies that are present in nature. The landscape is a rich source of artistic expression and is a powerful stimulus for on-going creativity in her practice.

Current Studio art practice.

Previously Lecturer, teacher and tour guide At the Dublin City
Gallery Hugh Lane
 for their Permanent and Temporary Exhibitions.

BA (hons) Visual Art Practice IADT, MPhil Art History TCD, RN.

Group Show
2020/21 ArtNetdlr, Collaborative Biennale ‘Metamorphosis’ Walters, Dun Laoghaire.
Online Exhibitions ArtNetdlr Revival, Earth, Water, Emergence, Transition
Solo Show
2013 ‘Biomorphic’ Wells House & Gardens, Wexford.
Group / Collaborative Exhibitions
2012 ‘The Particular is Contained in the Universal’ Mill Theatre, Dundrum.
2010 ‘Art Exchange’ Delgany.
2010 ‘Anti Sense’ Book of Prints in Collaboration. Douglas Hyde Gallery, TCD
2009 ‘Size Does not Matter’ I.A.D.T. Curated by our exhibiting group, IADT.
2009 ‘Exit pursued by a Bear’ Broadstone XL Gallery. Curated by Ailve McCormack
2006-11 Elm Park Annual Members Exhibition. Curated by exhibiting group, Donnybrook.

Catalogues / Bibliography
2010 Book of Prints ‘Anti-Sense’ created produced and hand bound by five artists, IADT,
Dublin. Exhibited to a public audience in the Douglas Hyde Gallery, TCD.
2009 ‘Exit – pursued by Bear’ A collection of works by exhibiting artists. This project was a
record of Broadstone XL gallery group exhibition, Dublin. Produced by
publications. Author: Ailve Mc Cormack.
2009 Designed a ‘Thank you’ card for the Irish Cancer Society.

2007 Designed and painted a wall mural for ‘The Children’s Sunshine Home’ Laura Lynn,
Leopardstown, Dublin.