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Annie Hogg

Visual Artist


Tipperary, Ireland

Annie Hogg is a visual artist based in Tipperary, Ireland. She works with pigments foraged from all elements of the landscape, often charring found objects from the natural world as a votive action to create paint, ink and sculptures. Throughout her practice she utilises plants, soils and stones, shells and found bones. The materiality of these pigment sources is of great importance within the subsequent work.

After graduating in 2002 with a BA in sculpture form Aki College of Art in The Netherlands, she worked and lived on environmental protest camps and learned organic horticulture. Returning to a creative practice in recent yeras has allowed for these experiences to be woven into the practice, where themes such as solastalgia, ecopsychology, folklore and acts of transformation are explored.
Awards and support have been received from Arts Council of Ireland, Tipperary County Council Arts Office, South Tipp Arts Centre,

Irish Hospice Foundation and K-Fest.

Camerawoman Dee Tierney







2023 | Life Enriches Art? Junction Festival group show | Narrow 

          Space Gallery Clonmel.

2023 | Pigments Revealed International | online group show.

2023 | Meant To Fade | Group Show | Laneway Gallery Cork City |


2023 | blood bone rust & stone | Cahir Arts Centre, Co. Tipperary.   

2023 | STAC Artist in Residence solo show | Installation LOST.

2022 | blood bone rust & stone | Lili’s Gallery, Castletownbere, Co.


2022 | Timpeallacht group show Skibbereen Arts Festival July.

2022 | Lough Gur Prayer Rafts | Participatory Performance with Irish

          Hospice Foundation (Seed Grant). Lough Gur, Limerick.

2021 | Christmas Group Exhibition | South Tipp Arts Centre.

2021 | All The Rivers Were Female | solo exhibition |The Narrow

          Space Gallery, Ireland.

2021 | Wild Pigment People | online group show.

2019 | Association of Illustrators | group exhibition | Huxley Arches,

          London, England.

2010 | Black Sassy Arts Collective | annual group exhibition. Hobart,


2023   | Artist Talks - South Tipp Arts Centre & K-Fest.

2023   | Votive charcoal and land colour workshops | Percent For Art

            Scheme with The Céimeanna Project

2023   | TAP residency.

2022   | Artist Talk | Pigments Revealed International.

2020-  | Historical ink making in an Irish context talk | Southern

            Branch Irish Patchwork Society | Natural Dye Project &

            Green Spaces for Health, Cork City | Pod Project NI |

            Culture Night | Plants & Colour UK .

2021-  | Online historical Black Inks workshop | hosted by Plants

             and Colour, UK | Culture Night | DLR Lexicon.

2020   | Online ink making workshops | Galway Arts Centre | South 

             Tipp Arts Centre | Culture Night.

2019-  | Botanical Ink Making workshops – venues in Munster and


2023      | LOST - Winner of K-Fest Arts Award 2023 (formally The

               Screaming Pope Prize).

2023      | Live Art Ireland - SOIL research residency.

2023      | TAP residency.

2022-23 | Artist in Residence Award, South Tipp Arts Centre.

2021-22 | Agility Award – Arts Council of Ireland.

2022      | Seed Grant – Project award from Irish Hospice


2021&23| Artists Award – Tipperary County Council Arts Office.

2021      | Cill Rialigh Arts Centre.

2002 | BA Fine Art, Aki Academy of Art & Design, Netherlands.

2001 | Diploma in Fine Art, Crawford College of Art & Design,


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