For the past 5-6 years, Kerri has been rediscovering art as her first love and developing her own stylistic approach to art making, underpinned by a passion for colour and pattern.
Her heightened awareness during the current circumstances has revealed a somewhat prophetic vision in her recent work where human existence is only indicated by the presence of their places of habitation.
As a frequent traveller and part owner of a travel company, Kerri is experiencing a process of loss and grief within herself and the industry as she watches events unfold around the world.
Restrictions on her ability to move around freely require an attitude of social responsibility before individual rights. She tries to channel these thoughts into her work with the aim of helping viewers remember and reassess the things that really matter. Having said this, her work is not usually deep and meaningful, but emphasizes the beauty and joy around us.
This will be Kerri’s first solo exhibition, and after a few years of procrastination, she is finally putting herself out there.