Kimberley Harris is a landscape artist focused on representing the natural beauty of the countryside. Harris’ visual depictions of a meadow, from intensely vibrant to dark and earie, presents a transient moment as a lasting, atmospheric experience.Read More
Kimberley Harris is deeply inspired by the work of J.M.W. Turner (1775 – 1851). In 1995, she visited a Turner exhibition at the Tate Gallery with her Father, who was a great lover of the impressionist movement. That day, Harris regarded Turner as a genius and knew she wanted to paint in a similar style one day.
In 2005, ten years later, Harris gained a Diploma in Art and Design. In 2014, her passion for painting was reignited when she met a renowned artist who introduced her to oils and the palette knife.
Over the past few years, the artist has developed her own signature style working in oils and depicting the countryside which she feels privileged to be surrounded by at home. Harris emphasises colour, light and shadows and their changing qualities, each affecting one another at various times of the day. The precise process of layering and blending the palette knife work is crucial to Harris in achieving the outstanding interaction of tone, texture and light that exists in her paintings.
To date, Kimberley’s paintings have been exhibited (and sold) in galleries across the UK, with several pieces finding new homes in locations as far as the USA and Australia.
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