The Co Waterford Gaeltacht area is the inspiration for much of Blawnin Clancy’s current body of work. Her delicately painted works are fast ensuring her reputation as a painter of great distinction. A graduate of National College of Art & Design, she held an acclaimed joint exhibition with her sister Rayleen in the Strand Theatre in Carrick-on-Suir during The Clancy Brothers Music Festival in 08 and 09, and also in Greyfriars Municipal Gallery, Waterford. She featured on Nationwide, and Evening Extra both on RTE1, and in Spotlight the Waterford City TV arts and entertainment programme.
Her solo show Drifter at South Tipperary Arts Centre received much critical acclaim. Her work featured in Waterford Healing Arts Trust. The Swimmer appeared in the 2005 Daler-Rowney Calendar. She has exhibited in Green Acres Wexford, The Form Gallery Cork, Garter Lane Waterford, Lismore Arts Centre, Mullingar Arts Centre, The Old Market Arts Centre Dungarvan, Wexford Arts Centre.
Her work is included in civic, corporate and private collections in Ireland, Australia and the US, and features on the cover of The Turning Tide (New Writing from County Waterford),
edited by Thomas McCarthy.