Gemma Browne is an Irish artist born in London and based in Dublin. She has exhibited widely in Ireland and internationally and has received many awards including from The Arts Council of Ireland. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Wallflowers at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery (2023), The Pleasure Ground, Selected by Sinead Ni Mhaonaigh, Rathfarnham Castle OPW, Dublin (2022), Doorways and Windows, Curated by Rayne Booth for Wexford Arts Festival (2022), Lady- Salad Days, Solo online show of paper works at Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin (2021), Dubliners, 6th Biennial of Painting, Zagreb, Curated by Pallas Projects (2021), Speaking of Which...,film with The Dock arts Centre, Leitrim and The Lab Gallery, Dublin (2020),The Invisible Sorceress, The Lab Gallery, Dublin, Curated by Sheena Barrett (2020), Queen of the Dusk, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin (2020). Previous shows include Paper Cuts group show at Saatchi Gallery London, SuprEYES at the Lexicon Gallery, Dun Laoghaire, Faces, Places and Spaces at New Art Projects, London, When Supplies Last in Seattle and Got It For Cheap at Agnes B HQ in Paris and at The Hole Gallery, New York City. She has taken part in ARCO Madrid, Athina Athens, Manchester Contemporary and Atlanta Contemporary art fairs.