One of the postcard-sized artworks in this year’s Incognito online art sale.

Tipperary artists taking art in online art sale fundraiser

It has been revealed that a total of 46 artists from Co Tipperary including Nenagh's Josephiine Geaney, are among the Who’s Who of Irish and international artists taking part in this year’s Incognito 2021 online art sale in aid of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation.

The Incognito art collection is now live at with the online art sale taking place on Thursday April 22nd, at 10am..

What’s so incredibly fun and exciting about Incognito compared with any other art sale is that the identity of the artists behind the paintings – for sale at €60 each – is kept top secret until the sale has closed.

Down to a Fine Art

The Incognito collection is made up of 3,000-plus original postcard-sized artworks in a range of mediums, from oils and pastels, to glass and metalwork, in a sale that is usually a sprint to the checkout. Everything sold out last year in just 15 minutes!

Among the Tipperary artists taking part are Peter Curling from Cashel, Frank Rafter from Thurles, Josephine Geaney from Nenagh, and Aisling Morin from Roscrea. Some of the famous national and international faces taking part this year are U2’s The Edge, rock star Bob Geldof, fashion designer Paul Costelloe, comedians Jason Byrne and Tommy Tiernan, artist Don Conroy and Nobel prize winner Dr William Campbell.

So, whether you’re an art collector or a bargain hunter, there’s something for everyone at Incognito 2021.

In the five years since its inception, Incognito has raised almost €450,000 for Jack & Jill’s home nursing care for children with highly complex medical conditions, including end-of-life care. This equates to more than 28,000 hours of specialist home nursing care provided by Jack & Jill nurses and carers the length and breadth of the country.

Works of Art

For curator Lucinda Hall, Incognito 2021 is an opportunity to bring the talents of Tipperary artists to a brand-new audience.

She said: “We are so very grateful to each of our artists from Tipperary who have shared their talents with us and given their art for free. It is a huge tribute to their generosity of time and spirit following what has been an extremely difficult period for the arts world. We hope that by hosting what is Ireland’s largest online public art exhibition, that we can shine a light on the amazing talent of our artists, and introduce a whole new audience to their work.”

Carmel Doyle, CEO of the Jack & Jill Children’s Foundation, said Incognito 2021 is about generous, talented artists turning their art into a real currency for care:

For more information on Incognito 2021, visit or follow us on Instagram @jackandjillcf, on Twitter @jackandjillcf, and on Facebook @2021Incognito, using the hashtag #Incognito21

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