The sun was shining as Kerry entered the gallery. Much anticipation and excitement had surrounded Kerry’s attendance. Her unique and elegant work has captured a strong following, validating her position as a rising star in the British contemporary art scene.
Kerry has a distinguishable and recognisable approach – her use of resin immediately sets her apart. The effect of this technique is to essentially lock in the vibrancy and colour of the substrata. The tactile nature and smoothness of the art almost demands to be touched.
There is a playfulness to her work; an unpretentious desire to create life, colour and movement. Unsurprisingly Kerry’s large abstract work proved a real show stealer, with many clients vying to acquire a substantial and imposing piece.
An instinctively reserved individual, this event was Kerry’s first major exhibition and public attendance. Speaking of the event, Kerry remarked “I’ve been overwhelmed by both the response to my work, and with the number of people queueing to meet me – It’s quite a humbling experience for any artist. I have a lot of ideas bursting to come out, and the enthusiasm shown gives me the lift to want to continue to develop my art, and demonstrate a truly diverse portfolio of work”.
Gallery owner Kuldip Chohan was equally upbeat “Since the moment I learnt about Kerry’s work I knew this was someone special. Kerry continues to be one of our most sought after artists, and it’s easy to see why. I’m thrilled to be working closely with Kerry, and in supporting the awareness of her work. I’m excited and looking forward to showcasing her future collections.”