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Kim Shannon is an artist living and working in the Southern Highlands. Kim studied at the Julian Ashton Art School Sydney in the late 1960’s and later spent several years in London where she studied at the City and Guilds of London Art School and then at the Royal Academy Schools London, where she won a Gold Medal.
She has exhibited widely in Australia and overseas.
Still life, for me, expresses something about who we are; our culture and time; how we see the world, how we relate to the world through our surroundings and whatever our time and culture impose upon us. It is
also about the unchanging within ourselves and our changing
Having always enjoyed painting the coexistence of form and shadow
the more I look at these, the more I notice the shifting intangible
place of shadow, expressing both form and
light - together they establish the
place, time and space.