Kerry is a painting installation artist who gleans materials in relation to where she is making her art. Kerry's art discusses the subtle differences between 2 and 3 dimensions and its relationship to perception and reality, at times with sensual gesture. Kerry's works can be described as minimal conceptual paintings with a strong structural presence. The works are influenced by Trompe l'oeil (fool the eye) aesthetic with its rendering of affects and textures. They have an echo of Absence and Presence as subject content, a balance of strength and fragility in her art.
Kerry Jones b. 1977
EXHIBITIONS & RESIDENCIES
DAD studios, Dover & Residency at Art31 Gallery, Dover UK
The Stables gallery & studios, 35-37 Tontine St. Folkestone UK, 31st July - 12th August. exhibtition of 'Pool'
Matt Rowe B&B Project Space, Folkestone, UK. 'Pool' Installation
Fermyn woods Contemporary Arts, Northamptonshire. ‘A Memory Walk’ Collaboration with associate Fermyn woods artist Simon Woolham.
Northampton Museum. Collectors Annual Day Event, ‘Collecting Bug’, text, scripted live performance, found objects.
www.gallery202.co.uk ‘Fallow’ text NN Contemporary gallery, Northampton The Project Space, gallery202 group exhibit ‘Fallow’.
www.gallery202.co.uk ‘The Cleaner’, for the Stack exhibition.