Roisin Cunningham has a diverse practice of drawing, painting and print-making. She also uses photography, video and sound installation. She has exhibited in Templebar Galleries Dublin, Iontas-Yeats Memorial Building Sligo, Art Trail Cork, Dublin Fringe Festival, RDS Student Awards, Sculpture in Context Dublin and An Oireachtas County Hall Dun Laoghaire. She has exhibited in many group shows and her work is in collections in Ireland, England, France and Italy. She teaches drawing and painting from her studio in Dalkey. Recently Roisin launched her “Afloat Project” from The Muglins in Dalkey.
"For me art is a search for a truth. It has a central task in connecting to human relations and its conditions. Our culture can disjoint and disconnect us from our lives, we feel individual and alone. We tend to forget we are a collective and share many of the same feelings and desires. My work is about a conversation I have with myself through observation. When I paint, draw, print or use photography, video and sound it is to show what I have found and to make a connection with the viewer."