Lorraine Hogan - Nua Collective 2022 - Headshot

“Art is not what you see,
but what you make others see.”

– Edgar Degas

Lorraine Hogan

Lorraine Hogan is a visual artist based in Cork, Ireland. She graduated from Crawford Art College with a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art. She graduated top of her class and was awarded the Cork Film Award for her Degree show in Crawford. Lorraine has exhibited her art work internationally and throughout Ireland. Her printmaking work has featured on billboards in the UK and Ireland. Lorraine’s work combines photography, printmaking, painting, video installations and sound.

Lorraine Hogan - In Context - Nua Collective Artist 2022

Artist Statement

My practice is multidisciplinary and the art work is nearly always a response to the environment. My paintings contemplate the fragmentation of time and biodiversity. They are built up of geometric shapes, elements of repetition, pattern and vivid colour. 

When the government introduced travel restrictions it gave me the opportunity to see nature around me in a new way. The notion of stopping and seeing how importance biodiversity is, is where the series ‘Yellow Halo’ began.

Yellow Halo I - Lorraine Hogan - Nua Collective - 2022
Above: Yellow Halo I’

Acrylic on canvas, 101cm x 76 cm, 2022



2015: First Class Hons BA Fine Art – Level 8 CIT, Crawford College of Art and Design.

2009/2010: Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Art, Craft and design – FETAC Level 5


  • 2022: Tracton Arts Festival Exhibition, Kinsale, Cork 
  • 2020: Tracton Arts Festival Exhibition – Online 
  • 2019: Tracton Arts Festival Exhibition – Cork 
  • 2016: Tracton Arts Festival Exhibition – Cork
  • 2017: Aula Maxima – Premiere of art/sound installation “Breathe Me In”. A collaboration with The Cork Film Centre 
  • 2014: NA H’OIBREACHA – Crawford Art College of Art and Design Degree Show 
  • 2013: IMPACT 8 – International Printmaking Conference, Scotland UK (A group exhibition on 80 billboards) 
  • 2013: Cork Printmakers – Cork City, Ireland 2013 
  • 2013: Post It: IMPACT 8 – Culture Week, Cork City (A group exhibition of 80 billboards)
  • 2013: Crawford College of Art and Design
  • 2013: Deep South Bar – Cork City
  • 2013: A W T Y – Cork City 
  • 2012: Lismore Castle -Waterford 
  • 2009: Colaiste Stiofain Naofa – Cork


2015: Awarded ‘The Cork Film Award’ Price for her Degree Show 

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