Rosemary Warren

Rosemary Warren is an established professional artist, who paints exact, keenly observed works in watercolour and acrylic, with a strong emphasis on design and composition. Her work is mainly influenced by personal experiences and by her immediate environment, on the shores of Carlingford Lough.

Rosemary’s work has been exhibited on many occasions at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Iontas, The Solomon Gallery Dublin, the Kenny Gallery Galway, The former Basement Gallery, Dundalk and the Forge Gallery, Collon. Her work is included in The Louth County Collection, and in government and private collections in France, UK, Switzerland, Canada, U.S.A, Australia and U.A.E. Commissions include a 42ft mural for the Council Chambers, Louth County Council

A former art lecturer, research supervisor and director of Art Education at St Patrick’s College of Education DCU, Rosemary now holds art workshops and in-service courses for teachers.

Rosemary has had ten  solo exhibitions, the most recent of which took place in Ireland 2017 in An Tain Arts Centre, Dundalk and prior to this in 2015 at the Station House, Carlingford. In November 2013 and 2016, Rosemary held solo exhibitions which consisted of original paintings and high quality, limited edition prints at The Gallery, The Club, Abu Dhabi U.A.E. and in 2015 at Le Toque Gallery, France. 


DRAGONS | Watercolour


HIGH NOON | Watercolour

ROOSKY | Watercolour

THE CRAB | Watercolour