CV & Bio


Rebecca Gleeson’s work explores themes of isolation, memory and distance.
These concerns have most recently been addressed through the use of polar imagery and landscapes, but they have also been addressed through seascapes, image appropriation, and the use of archival presentation. Gleeson primarily works with intaglio printmaking methods, with a particular interest in mezzotinting, and detailed aquatints.
Gleeson graduated from Dublin’s National College of Art & Design, in 2021, with a BA in Fine Art Printmaking and Critical Culture
She is now a member of the Black Church Print Studio in Dublin.

Artist CV


2023 - Interned at Cill Rialaig Arts Centre, Ballinskelligs, Kerry
2021 - Graduated with a BA International (First Class Hons.) in Fine Art Printmaking & Critical Cultures, from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
2020 - Erasmus+ Placement in the University of Zagreb’s Academy of Fine Arts


2020 - Painted an ESB box for Dublin Canvas at Taney Crossroads (Luas Bridge), Dublin 14
2019 - Tales Urbane, Black Church Print Undergraduate Cabinet Award, Temple Bar, Dublin
2015 - Illustrated a Story in a Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council-sponsored Comic Book


2023 - The Director’s Cut, Part of the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, Online Exhibition
2023 - Prints accepted into Cadaqués’ 43rd International Mini Print Exhibition
2022 - Emerging Practice, Group Exhibition of Black Church Print Studio members, The Library Project, Dublin
2022 - Several works on display in the HALFTONE Print Fair, The Library Project, Dublin
2021 - The Oracle Expedition, NCAD Works Graduate Exhibition [Online]
2019 - Group Exhibition of 2nd Year Print Students at InSpire Gallery, Gardiner Street, Dublin


From 2021 - Member of Black Church Print Studio