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Kathryn Lewis, Yellow-Tailed Cockatoo. Carbon and pencil on 200gsm Bristol smooth paper, 72 x 52cm.
Brett Mickan Interior Design, Sydney
Kathryn makes this line drawing come alive with her mastery of the pencil medium. I would frame this work in a simple light wood frame and hang it in a room with soft grey walls. A large modular sofa, also in a soft grey, placed on a plush, custom wool and silk blend pile rug in teal. A few organic shaped ottomans in a faded ochre-coloured floral fabric and a couple of Insula cocktail tables from Erik Jørgensen in black aluminium.
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Studio Gorman Interior Design, Sydney
Kathryn’s use of pencil on her Yellow-Tailed Cockatoo creates a naïve, playful feel. This artwork would feel at home in a heavily textured, perhaps even wallpapered, slightly eclectic interior.
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