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Zoë Kittow is a Devon based abstract artist. Her captivating pieces have been exhibited in three group shows in London, Bristol and taking part in local events including a postcard exhibition at the Mayne gallery, and Poltimore house summer show, with works also in Devon hotspots, Greendale Farm Shop & The Curator at Modbury. Last year, her artwork reached new heights when it was exhibited and sold at the prestigious Sotheby's auction house in London for charity.
Zoe's artistic process is driven by intuition, resulting in a range of pieces that are unified by her distinctive and expressive mark making. She possesses a keen eye for color and draws inspiration from the natural beauty of her rural surroundings, while also channeling her introspective thoughts and emotions into her work. The result is a stunning collection of artwork that invites viewers to explore their own emotions and experiences while immersing themselves in a world of natural beauty.
Artist statement & bio
My artwork explores the dynamic interplay between my external and internal landscapes. Living in rural Devon, I am constantly inspired by the rolling hills, fields, woodland, moors and rugged coastlines that surround me. With my home studio perched on the hillside I am able to immerse myself in the beauty of nature, observing the changing weather and seasons. I incorporate these colors into my palette, from cool blues and soft whites of winter to the vibrant yellows, pinks, and acid greens of spring.
My creative process is intuitive, using mixed media, I love to experiment with different techniques, mediums, and tools to create an expression of a moment. My aim is not to replicate what I see, but to convey an experience. I slide between exploring my inner state, to escaping into the beauty of the natural world. As someone living with a disability, my real life experiences inform the way I see the world and my artwork is a reflection of that.
My passion for abstract representation began during university studying interior architecture and design, with painting becoming an important creative outlet during challenging times in my early 20s. Now, creating art allows me to tune into myself and provides a welcome respite. I love hearing how others connect with and interpret my work, and their unique perspectives add a new layer of depth.
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