Kirsty McIntyre

2019

Still life with French Canisters
 
oil 63x63cm
#359   $990
Waratah Girl
 
oil 43x43cm
#360   $560   SOLD
Banksia Bay
 
oil 43x43cm
#361   $560   SOLD
Banksias and Tomatoes II
 
oil 43x43cm
#362   $560
*Wattle with Yellow Stripe
 
oil 26x26cm
#363   $220
*Little Blossom
 
oil 26x26cm
#364   $220   SOLD
*Golden Gum Blossom with Pink Stripe
 
oil 26x26cm
#365   $220
One Day in September
 
oil 53x53cm
#553   $790   SOLD
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About Kirsty McIntyre

Kirsty McIntyre is an emerging Melbourne based artist working mainly with oil paint, with a preference for still life compositions featuring Australian ceramics and flowers, inspired by the work of well-known Australian artists such as Margaret Preston, and Criss Canning, and later, the Scottish modernists and Matisse.  She particularly loves the work of the Australian “modern” movement of the 1920s and 1930s.

For Kirsty, a still life painting is a stage, full of dialogue and complex relationships between figures. At the same time she looks for balance and harmony between shapes and colours, to create something of beauty, joy, serenity, humour or drama. Many of the works submitted can be seen as works in progress on her instagram site; @kirstymcintyreart

She is a member of the Victorian Artists Society. In late 2018 she was one of 30 artists invited to exhibit in the peer voted Mavis Little Artist of the Year award. Her work is held in private collections throughout Australia, the USA and Europe


2019 Exhibitions;

February 2019; Four+1 group exhibition, Victorian Artists Society, opened by Leslie Harding.

March 2019; Feature artist, Roberts McCubbin art show 

July 2019; Guest artist, Derinya art show (DACE)

 

Prizes and Awards;

2019; Shortlisted for the Eastbourne Art Prize

2018; Best in Show, Warranwood Art show

2017; Judge's Special Award, Whitehorse Art show.

2015; Second prize in the small works section, Canterbury art exhibition

2014, Highly commended at the Box Hill art show

          Highly commended at the Roberts McCubbin Primary art show

2012, Highly commended at the Camberwell art show


Gallery Representation;

Satch&Co gallery, Holbrook NSW

The Moree Gallery, NSW

Paper Pear, Wagga Wagga, NSW

 

 

 

 

For more on Kirsty McIntyre see
https://kirstymcintyreart.pb.gallery/

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