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Judy Carroll Deeley is a visual artist living and working in the Republic of Ireland. She is passionate about ideas, people, the environment, economic and social change. ​ Her professional art practice encompasses painting, drawing, collage, mixed media, installation, and collaborative projects. ​​

She has a BA Honours in Fine Art (Painting) from the National College of Art and Design in Dublin, 2008. She also has an MA Honours in Visual Art Practices from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, 2011.​

In 2021  and again in 2022 she received Irish Arts Council Awards to pursue the third stage of her research into the effects on the environment of human commercial activity, in her new series of paintings Capitalocene: From A Time of Ambition. This new project is a collaboration with UCD Humanities Institute on their international study 'Post-Extractivist Legacies and Landscapes' (2022 – 2024)



As a development of the mining theme, she will create new work about the historic mine sites at Glendalough and Glendasan for a solo show in Mermaid, Bray in 2025.  


In 2025 (9th May – 2nd June) she will exhibit work from Capitalocene: From a Time of Ambition in a solo show in Custom House Studios Gallery, Westport.

She is a member of Visual Artists Ireland.

She is part of the artists collective AtHomeStudios.


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