Adrienne Geoghegan's Studio
Adrienne in her Stoneybatter Studio
Who is Adrienne Geoghegan?

Adrienne Geoghegan is best known for her quirky illustrations, fine art collages, and children’s picture 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 lives in the heart of Dublin, in a village called Stoneybatter. She shares her life with her son Oscar and their rescue dog Tammy a Staffie-Jack Russell cross, rescued in 2009.

Adrienne’s Teaching Experience

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.

What’s Next?

During the pandemic, Adrienne was commissioned to illustrate a series of picture books for South Korean Publishers. Also in 2020 she co-wrote and illustrated a YA novel ‘Wind Riders’ for the Brazilian publisher Estrela Cultural. It was also a time of great change, in that Adrienne had to adapt her Picture Book courses to eCourses for online learning for The Irish Writer’s Centre where she was employed since 2014 to run courses annually. Adrienne designed new courses as well as new ways of teaching them {via Zoom} to both past students and a new audience. Her Novel ‘Wind Riders’,  with esteemed writer Heloisa Prieto, www.heloisaprieto.com,  launched in summer 2021. Adrienne is represented by Literary Agent Jeremy Murphy, 

Adrienne is also available for one to one zoom coaching and mentoring, as well as illustration commissions.