Ann Flynn – Artist Profile

Ann comes from an illustration and graphic design background. She is an honours graduate of DIT in Visual Communications. A regular contributor to the Irish Times. Ann has designed and illustrated a number of projects for An Post including postage stamps.

She created the winning designs for the 1988 Irish Olympic stamps which later went on to win the overall Prix Olympia Gold Medal awarded by the International Olympic Committee surpassing all countries who issued stamps for the games that year. The original Olympic Gold Medal awarded now resides in the An Post archives.

This worldwide recognition of her talent has given her a great basis in her work in the fine art world where her versatility and experience shines through.
She is regularly selected to exhibit with the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts Annual Exhibition and the Royal Hibernian Academy annual exhibition.

Recent exhibits

2011/18/19/20 /21/22 The Royal Ulster Academy Annual Exhibition
2021/2022 Royal Hibernian Academy
2022 Royal Society of Marine Artists
2016/17/18/19/20/21/22 Lahinch art gallery, Co Clare.
2020 Royal Institute of Oil Painters in London.

Summer Holidays Lahinch by Ann Flynn
“Lahinch where the sun shines like a jewel”.
Beautiful dabbling light reflections create a very memorable day at Lahinch beach.
Fun in the sun with friends and family and the Atlantic sea.
Painted by award winning Dublin based Artist Ann Flynn renowned for her confident, lively brush stokes and vibrant use of light that is a hallmark of all her work.


We are thrilled to learn today that two of her paintings have been selected for the Royal Society of Marine Artists annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, one of them being a painting of Lahinch beach and we are delighted to have more of her Lahinch scenes here in the gallery.
Also, she has been selected for the Royal Ulster Academy annual exhibition. – another seascape, this time of Dublin, was also selected for the RHA this year.

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