Non-existent landscapes or landscapes of turmoil. Kimberley explores the subconscious and creates strong emotive paintings with fluent brush strokes. At times Kimberley removes herself from using traditional tools and favours raw materials such as sticks and twigs found on her property, favouring a pallet knife she scratches the surface to reveal the true identity of what is underneath. The work is almost solely figurative, The face just simply does not exist, if it does; it is close to a mere abstraction. The faceless lone figure in a juxtaposition of barren landscape screams of isolation, loneliness and wanting to be noticed and accepted.

The inclusion of the white flower in my most recent work, is reminiscent of a feeling of hope, of improvement both personal and social, of purity and peace.

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