A total of 20 big-hearted KERRY artists have generously donated their art for Incognito 2022 in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.
Ireland’s biggest online art sale is now in its sixth year, and what makes Incognito different to other art sales, is that the buyer has no idea who the artist is until after the sale closes.

Among the Kerry artists taking part this year are Caroline O’Sullivan, from Listowel, David Morrison from Ballybunion, Dana Winder from Caherdaniel, and Dermot McCarthy and Siobhan Moore from Killarney.

Funds raised from Incognito 2022 will help provide specialist home nursing care, respite support and end-of-life care for 11 children with highly complex medical and life-limiting conditions across the county.

The postcard-sized works of art are priced at €65 each, and not only will purchasers be supporting a great cause in Jack and Jill, they will secure a piece of art that they truly love, without knowing who the artist is, and that’s something really special. The collection can now be viewed online at www.incognito.ie, where prospective purchasers are being urged to register and select their favourites ahead of the sale which takes place on Thursday April 21 from 9.30am.

For Carmel Doyle, CEO of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, Incognito is a very special fundraiser for artists, for art lovers and for Jack and Jill families:
“There’s something very special about Incognito which turns art into a real currency for care. On the one hand, we have hugely talented artists who are so generous in donating their art to Jack and Jill. On the other hand, we have members of the public who really want to purchase that art and to support our families at the same time. Each piece of art is part of a bigger story and leaves behind an extraordinary legacy. This year, we are proud to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Jack and Jill and today we are supporting more families than at any time in our history.

To register your Incognito account, visit www.incognito.ie. For more information on the work of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation, visit www.jackandjill.ie.