Kirsty McIntyre


Snow White's Supper
oil 64x64cm
#396   $990
Winter Jonquils II
oil 43x43cm
#397   $565   SOLD
*Roses, Gumnuts and Nectarines
oil 30x30cm
#398   $285
*Marli on the Biscuit Tin II
oil 30x30cm
#399   $285
*Gum Blossom Bouquet
oil 25x25cm
#400   $195   SOLD
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About Kirsty McIntyre

Kirsty McIntyre is an emerging Melbourne based artist working with both acrylics and oil paint, with a preference for still life compositions of Australian ceramics and flowers. Her first inspiration lay in the study of the work of well-known Australian artists such as Margaret Preston, Margaret Olley and Criss Canning, and later, Anne Redpath, the Scottish modernists and Matisse.  She particularly loves the work of the Australian “modern” movement of the 1920s and 1930s.

She likes to experiment with different subjects and media, following each inspiration until another comes, painting only what moves her. Different media can bring about styllistic variation however there is a connecting thread with an emphasis on finding the beauty and vulnerability in her subjects. 

She has exhibited her work in the Canterbury art show, the St Kevins art show, the Warranwood art show, the Camberwell art show, the Linden postcard show, and the 69 Smith st gallery group exhibition, the Brunswick Street Gallery and the Victorian Artists Society where she is a member. Her work is held in private collections in Australia, New York, New Orleans and France

She is currently preparing to be the feature artist at the Roberts McCubbin art show in November 2018 and for a group exhibition at the Victorian Artists Society in 2019

Further work is also on display in the Bluethumb online gallery and her work can be seen in progress on her instagram site;


Prizes and Awards;

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





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