Lot 88 - Kerry Louise Bennett - Teacup
Lot 88 - Kerry Louise Bennett - Teacup
Lot 88 - Kerry Louise Bennett - Teacup

Lot 88 - Kerry Louise Bennett - Teacup

Acrylic on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Working from her home studio in Sheffield, Kerry Louise Bennett (b.1972) makes brightly coloured works loaded with texture and pattern. Her previous lives working in set design, upholstery, photography and as a writer, all feed into the semi-abstract interior and still life compositions she paints. Although she is largely a process led artist, an element of storytelling always emerges in her characterful paintings. Kerry’s work is held in private collections in the UK, USA & Europe. 

 

Education 

 

University of Liverpool - Communications Studies (BA) 
Hallam University - Photography (CertEd) 
Shadwell College - Art Foundation 
 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

New Platform Art professional development cohort 2022 
Janet Rady Fine Art - Canivals of Clouds (Group show) March 2022 
Hightgate Contemporary Art - Winter - Spring (Group show) Feb 2022 
Cupola Contemporary Art - Scion (Group show) Jan 2022 
Spring Cheltenham - Small Works (Group show) Dec 2021 
The Dovecot Gallery - Portrayal (group show) Sept 2021 
 

Gallery Representation 

 

Wychwood Art 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

I was thrilled to be invited to contribute to this worthy cause and decided to showcase the colour pink in all my pieces - for me it is the most uplifting and impactful colour and even at this scale makes a lively statement. I chose to create two simplified tablescapes, one of my favourite compositional themes, and a pair of cups - one for tea, one for coffee - to indulge my love of pattern. 

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