Geraldine Mac Donald’s artistic formation was developed in her early career as a professional musician and producer when she worked with many international artists including Sting and Paul Brady.
The expression of harmony, depth, tonality and mood which she developed through the creation of music informed her later development in painting, screen printing, drawing and sculpture.
Her studies and interest in the effects of colour and light on mood and space can in this way be sensed almost as visual soundscapes where light, pattern and shape evoke a spiritual sense of the luminous and ethereal.
Geraldine studied at Dun Laoghaire College of Art, National College Of Art and Larkin community College Dublin.
Geraldine has exhibited her work in the RUA, the RHA and several other prominent galleries in Dublin. Her most recent works featured in a solo exhibition of paintings and sculpture at the Fitzwilliam Street Gallery in 2008. In 2010 exhibitions include the Stone Gallery, Dublin as well as a collection presented in Spain entitled “Andalucia in Art Form”.
Geraldine has sold her work throughout Ireland, Europe and the USA. She has received a number of awards from the Cill Rialaig Art Project and the Arts Council.