Celine Sheridan is an Irish visual artist who works across disciplines including drawing, painting and textiles.
Her work explores themes of motherhood, the female body, psychology, zoology, gender roles and the home as a site for politics. She is the mother of two boys who influence her research, both academic and colloquial into masculinity and patriarchy in Irish history and culture.
Celine, who lives and works in County Westmeath in Ireland, graduated with a Masters in Visual Art Practices from IADT, Dublin. Her artwork has exhibited internationally and she was awarded the Platform 31 Award in 2021 – a new Irish award from the Arts Council and Local Arts Authorities.