Alice Fitzgerald is a Dublin-based visual artist and designer. She is inspired by the organic forms of nature and the geometric shapes of her city life.
Through an abstract and minimal approach, she demonstrates the playful interactions between line, colour and form. Her idiosyncratic, elemental forms strike their own kind of balance between order and chaos, with every element forming part of the whole.
Starting her career art director for the infamous Mongrel magazine, to working in various design studios such as Zero-G, to setting up her own design and visual arts practice. She holds a BA in Visual Communications and MA in Professional Design Practice from TU Dublin. Her work is held in Dublin City Council’s permanent collection.
Alice's work has been featured in the likes of House & Home, Image Interiors & Living, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times, The Irish Examiner and Totally Dublin as well as being showcased in multiple exhibitions and galleries around Ireland.