About the Artist
With nearly a decade of career experience in the creative arts, Dublin-based Regina Rogers Fallon has showcased her artwork at a dozen exhibitions, including Dublin’s The Peoples Art Exhibition and Art Ireland, Sala Barna Gallery (Barcelona) and European Traditions (Nantucket, USA).
She has also been commissioned to create art & design work for both residential and commercial facilities, including an urban shopping centre and Saint Brigid’s Resource Centre. Regina’s work has been praised by the “Irish Arts Review” “House and Home” and “Home Interiors.” With a passion for both Art and Interior Design,Indeed, Regina has always been driven by style: changing colours and creating, while spraying, cutting and drilling in the pursuit of artistic expression. She has been heralded as a talented painter since early childhood, when she possessed a serendipitous preoccupation with creating her favourite characters on the stippled walls of her bedroom. While she spent the early part of her career as an Air Hostess, in 2004, Regina swapped her suitcase for an easel to become a fulltime artist, focused on contemporary abstract, figurative interpretations of the human form, with a distinct palette of vibrant colours and unconventional sized (read: enormous!) canvases. Perhaps her given style is no surprise, given that Regina is the great granddaughter of prominent and award-winning RHA painter William P. Rogers. As a self-professed “creative lunatic,” she lives in Dublin with her husband and 2 boys. Regina also divides her time on the rustic west coast of Ireland, in the tranquil town of Louisburgh Co Mayo, where she exhales and connects with nature—and herself—while fulfilling her artistic chops in photography, collecting stimulation for her art and constantly whipping up design ideas.