Kate Halsall

For Kate Halsall, her paintings have more in common with the art of the 20th century and the touching personal portrait paintings of Matisse. Her figures inhabit domestic interiors and private spaces not grandiose myths and legends: these are the friends who disappear at parties to be discovered later snoring in your bath tub or found passed out on the grass at a summer festival.  Halsall’s portraits,  are about a stolen vision of intimacy, a private space and moment in time revealed.

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