Marine Kearney Biography

Previous Exhibitions and ongoing work

Born: Paris France

Groupe ESC Rouen 1999
Crawford Art Academy 2019


Naif Expressionism – Abstract Expressionism Soul Art

Classical drawing, mixed media &  a flavor of vibrant self-expression art works.

Marine Comperatore Kearney is a French artiste based in Clonmel. Ireland.

After graduating with a Master in ESC Rouen in 1999, she worked in the IT industry.

Marine moved to Ireland in 2004 to follow her sweet-heart. Today Marine lives in a house by the river Suir, has 3 children ,2 dogs and 2  cats making her life full of adventure.

Marine took oil painting when she moved to the countryside. She started in representative work and with her experience moved to a  contemporary place . She is a graduate in advance life drawing from the Crawford art college; her master was Holly Walsh.

She has always pushed herself to evolve in her painting as life changes you. She is mixing classical drawing and mixed media to express herself.

Her first group exhibition was with Studio 3 in Clonmel county Tipperary Library, she then exhibited in Cahir Craft granary, in 2015 and Dungarvan in Group ventures,

In 2016 she exhibit in the Art center of Dungarvan.

In 2019 she was in the Crawford CIT exhibition,  and made part of the poster in advance life drawing.

During the 2020-2021 Pandemic she started a new journey presenting her feelings,

October 22-31 2021 : ALDILA Exhibition in Milan (Italy) and Fuerte Ventura (spain) with M.A.D.S Gallery. The other side of things.

” Banféinni ” at l ‘ Alliance Francaise (November 2021 to the 18.12.21) is an interpretation to recent life events. Marine is a Breast cancer survivor, mammy, wife and (mainly taxi-driver ) also an artiste combining visual creative art with day to day events.


Avril 2022: Awarded for the Inside Out project from Clonmel Art Centre South Tipperary.

August 22: Secret Garden group exhibition in Greenmill Gallery Kilkenny

September 2022: You and Me. a joint exhibition in Clonmel.

April 2023 : Second Solo exhibition : COMHRA in Nenagh Library  North Tipperary