25 September 2022
BRITISH ART FAIR
29 September – 2 October 2022
Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York Square
King's Road, London SW3 4RY
I am delighted for being invited to exhibit with the RSA at the British Art Fair 2022. Exciting days ahead!
The exhibited works are:
mixed media and resin on board, 60 cm x 59 cm x 5 cm
Simson line -coral-
mixed media and resin on board, 64cm x 69cm x 5cm
mixed media on paper, 84 x 99 cm
mixed media and resin on board, 98cm x 77cm x 5cm
mixed media on board, 98cm x 77cm x 5cm
16 June 2022
Three of my works are on sale at the Artist Aid Ukraine Fundraising Exhibition & Sale of Scottish Art at the Pentagon Centre in Glasgow which runs from June 22nd until June 25th, 2022. Over 120 artists donated works for this event established to help victims of the war in Ukraine. The funds raised going to British Red Cross and OPORA. The exhibition also runs online until 24th July. The purchase and bidding site can be accessed at https://app.galabid.com/artistaidukraine/register or by following the link on the QR code.
Please support this worthy cause.
4 June 2022
I was delighted to visit the amazing Pier Arts Centre in Stromness in Orkney this June, thanks to the support of the a-n The Artist Information Company's Time-Space-Money Bursary. These are some of the works from the outstanding permanent collection of the Piers Arts Centre alongside of pieces from the "Pushing Paper - Contemporary Drawing from 1970 to Now", a touring exhibition from the British Museum.
14 April 2022
I am delighted that my work Cramoisy-Tamarind-Gambol will be shown in the Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition at The Mound in Edinburgh during 23 April - 12 June 2022. Free entry. Monday to Saturday 10-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm
Mixed media and resin on board
61 cm x 69 cm x 5 cm
5 March 2022
NEW CONTEMPORARIES exhibition at the ROYAL SCOTTISH ACADEMY 26 February - 3 April 2022,
Edinburgh, The Mound
I have been selected for this exhibition at my Degree Show in 2020. A huge thank you for the Royal Scottish Academy for this opportunity, for their support during the past two years and for the wonderful opening night.
I am very grateful for having been awarded the RSA Patrons Award, the David and June Gordon Memorial Trust Award and the Glasgow Print Studio Publication Prize and would like to thank each of them for the recognition.
Photo credits to Julie Howden
15 February 2022
I am delighted to present my solo exhibition at The Small Gallery in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
The exhibition runs 19 February - 1 May 2022.
New exhibition in The Small Gallery, by artist Kinga Elliott.
From 19th February - 1st May 2022.
For more information please go to our website
All work is for sale and can be purchased here
The exhibition can be visited 24/7. Enter to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary at the main entrance and head downstairs on the left.
10 February 2022
I am very happy to be selected for the Royal Scottish Academy New Contemporaries 2022 exhibition in the heart of Edinburgh.
Royal Scottish Academy (RSA)
We're delighted to be welcoming you back to the galleries on the 26th of February for one of our biggest exhibitions of the year, New Contemporaries.
Showcasing 57 graduates selected from the 2020 degree shows, the exhibition will feature a wonderful array of painting, sculpture, film-making, photography, printmaking, installation, performance and architecture. Now in its twelfth year, this carefully curated exhibition offers a unique opportunity to see some of the best emerging talent in Scotland under one roof.
The Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture has a proud tradition of promoting contemporary art in Scotland through engaging and diverse exhibitions and fantastic scholarship, award & residency opportunities.
British Art Show 9
British Art Show 9
The British Art Show is a landmark touring exhibition that celebrates the vitality of recent art made in Britain. Organised every five years by Hayward Gallery Touring the exhibition brings the work of artists defining new directions in contemporary art to four cities across the UK.
British Art Show 9 was developed at a precarious moment in Britain’s history that has brought politics of identity and nation, concerns of social, racial and environmental justice, and questions of agency to the centre of public consciousness. The artists presented in the exhibition respond in critical ways to this complex context; imagining more hopeful futures and exploring new modes of resistance.
BAS9 is curated by Irene Aristizábal and Hammad Nasar, and presented in collaboration with the cities of Aberdeen, Wolverhampton, Manchester and Plymouth.
Hayward Gallery Touring is the UK’s largest contemporary art organisation producing exhibitions that tour the UK.