Katherine simpson

 

The urban and rural landscape is a source of constant free movement and deconstruction. Simpson’s interest in deconstruction stems largely from her involvement with the breakdown of the physical environment. Just as the physical landscape around us is constantly built up and transformed to the point where the original elements are distorted or often lost, so are Katherine’s paintings.

Katherine Simpson has regularly exhibited across New Zealand over the last 15 years. Her work is held in public, private and corporate collections across the country and has attracted the attention of noted art critics and collectors.

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