Ones to Watch: Kerry Candarakis

KERRY’s USE OF COLOUR EVOKES A PSYCHOLOGICAL RESPONSE, DRAWING THE VIEWER IN AND INVITING THEM TO STAY A WHILE…

Kerry Candarakis is an avid experimenter. Exploring texture, colour and a range of subject matter, the New South Wales-based artist aims to create an emotion or feeling with her work. She works in series to delineate the different themes that she explores. Her most recent exhibition was at The Other Art Fair, Sydney, in March 2018.

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