A recipient of many awards, both local and international, and an elected member of the Watercolour Society of Ireland [WCSI] and the Ulster Society of Women Artists [UWA], Edith is also a founding member of the Art Eireann Group of Artists [AEA] and is well known for her expressive, strong watercolour and dramatic oil paintings which are keenly sought after.
are featured in Kennedy Publishing’s book, “The Best of Worldwide Water
Media Artists”, due for release Autumn 2012, and was published in the 2013 hardback edition of "International Contemporary Art". Her work can be found in numerous private collections
worldwide and she has exhibited widely throughout the Middle East,
Born in Ballymoney and a native of Ballycastle, Edith worked and lived in the
In her own words, “I had my first commission at the age of twelve and, in spite of a demanding family life and a career in computer administration and management, I always made time for art, painting to commission and participating in various exhibitions. I have been drawing and painting since I could hold a brush and am passionate about my work, particularly with all aspects of marine painting. To capture the endless energy and movement of the sea would be one of my more challenging goals and I spend hours in this pursuit. The stunning Irish landscapes and coastlines surrounding my studio are amongst some of the most visually exciting anywhere in the world – an artist’s dream”.