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Kirsty is a contemporary artist living and working in Shetland. In 2021 she graduated with a Fine Art degree from the University of Highlands and Islands at Shetland College.


In her practice, Kirsty utilizes drawing, object-making and sculpture to strengthen and define our relationship with the actuality of place. In her studio/agricultural shed, she explores a variety of sculptural materials, through form, weight with diverse found and construction materials. Her drawings create shifting worlds of everyday life and the surrounding landscape. Through the visual language of intertwined images, tranquil and synthetic elements of rural land are placed in geometric planes of inhabited space. Casted and sculpted objects highlight the consistent animation and transformation of found objects left in the landscape. In the exhibition, the three mediums come together to encourage environmental awareness. 


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