Hailing from New Zealand, Kathryn Carter’s art captures the essence of her homeland. Kathryn’s ability to move between inks on archival papers to oils on boards allows her to seamlessly recreate the effects of the light reflecting from the heavenly landscapes that surround her. As she transitions between the heavier oils to the delicate nuances of ink, her art provides a departure point for her audiences’ exploration into perception and sight.
Waiiti Bay, Cavalli Islands, Bay of Islands
This ink art from the Bay of Islands in Northland, New Zealand, represents Kathryn’s desire to capture the transient nature of light as it passes through time.
Rimariki Reef Islands, Northland
This light-filled creation inspired by Whangaruru in the Bay of Islands, captures the metaphor of the fragility of life.
Horseshoe Bay, Headland, Tutukaka Coast
Kathryn artfully recreates the violets and dusk hues of Horseshoe Bay Headline on the Tutukaka Coast in New Zealand.
Rangitapu Headland (Sacred Sky), Matapouri-Tutukaka
Looking out on the lonely rocky outposts of the Rangitapu Headland of Tutukaka, Kathryn tells the story of life and light through the brushes of her ink against archival paper.
Papatara Bay Cavalli Islands, Bay of Islands
From the Bay of Islands in Northland, New Zealand, Kathryn creates the fleeting warmth of dawn as it turns to day - highlighting the golds as they blend into blue.