Rebecca Bradley is a visual artist living and working in North County Cork. Her painting practice explores ideas about landscape, abstraction and place-hood. In 2022 she was selected for the Irish Contemporaries in CIACLA Santa Monica and, in 2019, for a residency at the Mark Rothko Arts Centre. She has recently expanded her practice to include performance as part of the Breaking Cover Collective at IMMA.
Bradley holds an MA (Art and Process) & BA Fine Art ( MTU Crawford College of Art), BA Sociology (Kingston University) and H. Dip in Co-op organisation, Food Marketing and Rural Development (UCC). She has been a Board member of Sample-Studios since 2018. Selected Exhibitions include: The Irish Contemporaries (2022), CIACLA, Los Angeles; Earth Rising, Irish Museum Modern Art (IMMA) (2022); We Only Have the Earth, A4 Sounds, Dublin, (2021); Breaking Cover Performance, IMMA (2021); Slip Stream, MTU Gallery, Cork (2021); Rothko Art Centre Collection ,National Library, Latvia, (2020); Stories From Lismore & Beyond (2020); Athens Open, (2020); Rothko Painting Residency, Rothko Art Centre, Latvia (2019); We Each have our own Landscape, Arthouse, London,(2019); Group show, Municipal Art Gallery of Piraeus, Athens (2018); Misc Arts, Romania (2018); Thresholds, Gonzo, Thessaloniki, (2018); The More You See The less You Hold , Sternview, Cork,(2017); Art Works, Visual, Carlow Arts Festival, (2016); Utopia Dystopia, Fringe Arts, Bath; Vestige of Place, Seamus Ennis Art Centre, Naul (2016). Her work is held in public and private collections in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Switzerland, UK and USA. Recent acquisitions of her work have been made for the OPW State Art Collection and the Mark Rothko Art Centre, Daugavpils.