Kathrine Geoghegan

I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had heightened the visual effect of the landscape, & thrown everything into ultra-sharp focus. The colours were intense. The scene that greeted me gave hope that this virus will pass. Now we are isolated in our own homes from each other, but in touch daily.  I hope also that the tempoary reduced human footprint on the landscape will allow nature to thrive.

Small diary of an unexpected quarantine. Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or...
I had seen on social media about putting a rainbow in your window so that passerby's would see it and it would brighten their day as rainbows symbolise hope but as i was creating this installation, i...
There is a fear that comes from the unknown. The "invisible boogeyman" of coming into contact with the virus. The symptoms that can creep up upon us at a later date, or we may be symptomless and be...
The aim of this artproject (3 photos of the installation) is to highlight the fragility of our human condition, symbolized by the balloon. This fragility that explodes in our face today in the face...
The commercial realism of Oxford Street in London now contrasts sharply with the imagery of the people on the street. The crisis has deeply affected the images of human beings we see in public, and...
'Lang leve de Koning' The building opposite my house is the so-called 'Party House'. This was April 27th, King's Day in the Netherlands.  People were celebrating together...
Due to the toilet paper stockpiling, well known worldwide, I had the idea to sew a message in a toilet paper square. I do believe that the image speaks by itself.  There are always...
It's a simple key holder, right next to the entrance door of my flat and we start hanging there the masks where we usually hang the keys becouse you need them everytime you have to go out and I just...
1 Hour Of Lockdown I spent one  hour walking the streets of Salford near Manchester capturing the affects of the lockdown The full 13 image series shows the abandoned societal norms and...
This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester.  Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and government...
only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...
Picture says it all.....life in the times of coronavirus.
After losing my job as a server to the Coronavirus pandemic, I started taking pictures of the barren streets and came across this near my locale grocer. As a server I absolutely agree: 86 COVID19...
One of my daily quarantine affairs is heading over to the rooftop of my building to watch the sea from afar. Nearly everyday, there are fishermen who head out to catch their daily meals. It's...
In the times of self-isolation and not being able to go outside I found my way out within myself through the creativity and visual expressions of the mental health of being locked in physically but...

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