Ann Flynn is an award winning Dublin based artist. Her background in illustration and graphic design lends to her impressive style in painting. Flynn is known for capturing scenes of cherished times, be it a day at the beach, time with friends and family or any fleeting moment that can only be re-imagined through the creative application of paint.
Flynn, who works in her studio in Blackrock, Co. Dublin is a regular contributor to The Irish Times as she is recognised as a highly sought after illustrator. She created the winning designs for the 1988 Irish Olympic stamps. They later went on to win the over all Prix Olympia Gold Medal awarded by the International Olympic Committee surpassing all the countries who issued stamps for the games that year. This worldwide recognition of her talent has given her a great basis in her more recent work in the fine art world where her versatility and experience shines through.
This worlwide 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 has been selected to exhibit with the Royal Ulster Academy of Arts Annual Exhibition and is regularly represented in national and international exhibitons, and art fairs includings Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Great Britain and Sweden, where she enjoys much success.