Hazel Greene is a painter
who creates silk scarves
and teaches at Bramber Studio

Hazel Greene trained in Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art and Design (1994-1998), studied textile design in West Dean College, UK (2014) and has studied drawing and painting at the RHA (2011-2018) under Una Sealy, Mick O’Dea, Joe Dunne,Dorothy Lynch, Sean Molloy, Conor Walton and Blaise Smith.  She has shown work in exhibitions curated by Joe Dunne, Peter Prendergast, Claudia Woolgarand, Martina Finn, Cabrini Lynch.

Her work has been purchased by the State and Heritage Groups, commissioned by the National Stud and Japanese Gardens, County Kildare; Nazareth House, County Sligo; and Newgrange Lodge, County Meath, and presented to President Michael D. Higgins, President Mary McAleese and the Australian ambassador, and she was visual arts co-ordinator of Birr Vintage Week and Arts Festival from 2010 to 2014. Greene has taught painting within the community and from her own studio, since 2005, and produced a range of silk scarves for the home and export market since 1995.

In 2015 she was ‘Accessory Designer of the Year’ with the Irish Fashion Innovation Awards and in 2016 accepted as a member of the Council of Irish Fashion Designers.