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Delaney Davis is a fine artist and illustrator, with a main focus in oils. A dual-citizen of America and Ireland, she received a BA in Fine Art from the University of Nevada, Reno, before moving to Ireland permanently in 2013.


The influenced of both Irish and American landscapes is apparent in her work, although she tends to avoid depicting places that are too recognisable. The work focuses on urban landscapes, solitary roads, electrical wires, street lights, or rural settings, bringing attention to locations often overlooked.

She has also established some illustrated projects, usually of Irish interests, including wildlife, history, and local scenery.

A resident artist at the Kilbaha Gallery, Delaney has work in galleries in Ireland and the US, as well as many private collections.

Solo Exhibitions:

2022 Reno Prints Collection
Süp Midtown, 669 S Virginia St, Reno, NV, USA

2018 Romanticizing the Commonplace
Galway City Gallery, 15 New Dock St, Galway, Ireland

2016 Fill in the Blank: Installment Three
Reno Art Works, 1995 Dickerson Rd, Reno NV, USA



Group Exhibitions:


2023 Doorway Gallery's Christmas Show

The Doorway Gallery, 24 Frederick Street, Dublin, Ireland


Gallery Representation:

2022 - Present:

Kilbaha Gallery, Lighthouse Road, Kilbaha, Ireland

2021 - Present: The Artsy Fartsy Gallery LLC, Carson City NV, USA


2024 - Cill Rialaig Artist Village, Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Published work:


2021 Digital Cover Art for The Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act: Personal and Professional Reflections, a joint-publication by The National Office for Human Rights and Equality Policy, the School of Law, UCC and the Decision Support Service. More info here.

2015 Pen and ink illustrations provided for short stories published under “Fortnightly Fiction” section on


2013 Acrylic painting provided for article “Fall 2013: What’s in Season” in Edible Reno Tahoe Magazine.



2012 Bachelors of Studio Arts
University of Nevada Reno, USA




2018 “An Exhibition Celebrating the Ordinary”, Galway Advertiser, Kernan Andrews, 08 March

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