Sinéad O' Gorman lives in Co. Wexford, Ireland. She obtained her BA in Art and Design Education from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin in 2007.  Upon graduation Sinead went to work at Stewarts Care, Dublin where she spent her days communicating with intellectually disabled adults through the visual arts. Sinead has previously taught at Loreto College, Foxrock and Racing Academy Centre of Education, Kildare. In 2013 she joined the team at Cow House Studios, founded by her sister and brother in law, co-directors Rosie O' Gorman and Frank Abruzzese. Now the Studio Manager she has the best of both worlds, working alongside teenagers and artists throughout the year, while continuing to maintain her own practice.

"I have always been interested in the perception of perfection. My practice focuses on drawings and sculpture and centers around the daily challenge of embracing imperfections and idiosyncrasies, instead of treating them with distain. Like my personality, my working methods can be obsessive at times, injecting humour as a means to comfort and disarm."