A new collection of two- and three-dimensional work.
Kitty Hillier’s work is rooted in what’s above and what’s below the surface, with a belief that all things are connected. Her paintings and sculptural installations comprise layers of overlapping biomorphic shapes derived from everyday details, made with a diverse range of materials and often painstaking processes of hand-construction that reflect patterns found in nature and the slow formation of structures over time.
“How little we know about the soil, dust, algae, lichen, seaweed, gut, seabed, moon, tide, grasses and fungi. Re-connecting and gaining a better understanding of nature is the key for imagining a better future world in which science, art and a heightened awareness of environmentalism intersect to create a new symbiosis.”
Exhibition dates are subject to confirmation and / or change in line with government guidance on when we can reopen.
Newlyn Art Gallery
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