Anna Miles Gallery

KRISTY GORMAN

Muffled Green

23/07/22 — 18/08/22

“Nothing that I do is abstract. I can locate all the ingredients of a painting in the richness of the outside world, the world of perception . . . If I take a thing from the real world, detach it and put it into a painting, something takes over that goes further than anything that I can logically describe or assess.” – Prunella Clough

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Kristy Gorman was born in Tapanui in 1969 and has exhibited regularly since graduating from Ilam School of Fine Arts, University of Canterbury Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha in in 1992. In 1995 her work was included in A Very Peculiar Practice: Aspects of Recent New Zealand Painting curated by Allan Smith for City Gallery, Wellington Te Whare Toi. Gorman was Govett Brewster Art Gallery Artist in Residence in 1996 and recipient of the Olivia Spencer Bower Award in 2001. Her work is represented in public and private collections including that of Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū. Kristy Gorman lives in Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland.

Kristy Gorman, Muffled Green, 23 July – 18 August 2022

Burr, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Burr, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm

Challis, 2022
Ink on paper, 290 x 210mm. Framed dimensions 390 x 310mm

Challis, 2022
Ink on paper, 290 x 210mm

Canopy, 2022
Ink on paper, 290 x 210mm. Framed dimensions 390 x 310mm

Lisle, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Lisle, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm

Slub, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 280mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Baize, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Scrim, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Scrim, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm

Serge, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Serge, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm

Pique, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm. Framed dimensions 530 x 435mm

Pique, 2022
Ink on paper, 370 x 290mm

Muffled Green, 23 July – 18 August 2022. All photographs: Samuel Hartnett

Kristy Gorman’s studio, June 2022.