Adrienne Geoghegan is best known for her collages, mixed media work, illustrations and children’s books. She has over 30 years of experience as an artist, illustrator, author and educator. Adrienne’s work has appeared in The Guardian, The Irish Times, and The Economist, to name a few. She has been published with Bloomsbury, Scholastic and Oxford University Press, amongst others.
Adrienne is a Dubliner, happily living and working in Lisbon.
Adrienne has lectured extensively on her subject in colleges, schools, museums and libraries around the country. She also lectured part-time in DIT – Visual Communications Degree Course 1997 to 2003 and again from 2013 to 2016. Over the past two decades, Adrienne has tutored well over 1,000 students from Ireland and abroad.
In late June 2022 Adrienne, her son and their dog relocated to the beautiful city of Lisbon in Portugal. She is currently setting up a new studio there with plans for workshops and maybe even a gallery (watch this space!) During the pandemic, Adrienne kept busy illustrating a series of picture books for a South Korean Publisher as well as co-wroting and illustrating a YA novel ‘Wind Riders’ for the Brazilian publisher Estrela Cultural. Like everyone, it was a time of great change and adaptation to a new world, a new way of living. Adrienne adapted her classroom courses to online learning for The Irish Writer’s Centre, where she worked since 2014. So, new courses as well as new ways of delivering them, to past students as well as to a new audience. Adrienne is represented by Literary Agent Jeremy Murphy,
Adrienne is available for one to one online coaching and mentoring, as well as illustration commissions.