Bridget Flinn

"Final paintings are done in my studio. The finished paintings often bear little resemblance to the starting photo or drawings. They evolve in the studio with layers of paint, applied with large brushes, palette knife, or bits of cardboard. I aim for a loose painterly style, sometimes verging on the abstract." - Bridget Flinn

Bridget Flinn is a contemporary artist, her subjects include landscape, life drawing, and still life. As a student, Flinn studied Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, and later at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London.

During her life she has worked as an illustrator and has a particular interest in natural history illustration.

Flinn is now a full time painter, working from her studio in Sandymount in Dublin. She is a member of the Watercolour Society of Ireland and the Dublin Painting and Sketching Club.

Since 2010, Flinn has exhibited widely in Ireland, including at the Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition and the Royal Ulster Academy. She has exhibited work at Bonham's in Dublin, Fredrick Gallery, and at Blackbird Gallery in Kilkenny. Her paintings hang in the collections of the Office of Public Works and Blackrock Hospice, as well as featuring in many private collections.