Karri McPherson works and paints from her home studio in Canberra, Australia. She graduated with First Class Honours in a Bachelor of Creative Art (HONS) from the University of Southern Queensland in 2020. Karri has participated in more than fifty group exhibitions in various cities throughout Australia and the United States, as well as having her work involved in several touring exhibitions. She has been a finalist in nine exhibitions, including the Milburn Art Prize and the Stanthorpe Art Prize, and Karri has held three solo exhibitions to date. Within the past few years, Karri has been awarded several prestigious art prizes, including the Biennial Emerging Artist Award, where her work was acquired by the Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, as well as receiving first prize in the Brenda Clouten Travelling Scholarship awarded at the Maitland Regional Art Gallery in 2020.
Karri's paintings have found homes in Public and Private Art Collections in many countries throughout the world, including Australia, the United States, Qatar, France, Switzerland and Italy.
Since 2017, Karri has been painting eye-catching, high-quality geometric paintings with a focus on precision, balance and colour saturation. During the commission process, Karri works collaboratively with clients to develop intricate designs that make each artwork unique, whilst adding a punch of colour to any space.
Each of Karri's contemporary artwork's are meticulously designed before they are painted so you can see what your painting will look like before it's created. Karri uses acrylic paint on three different types of high-quality canvas; stretched cotton, stretched Belgian linen and cradled wood, and these can range anywhere from 10 x 10cm (4' x 4') to 200 x 200cm (78' x 78'). The approximate turn around for a painting commission is 3 - 4 weeks, and you'll receive frequent updates as your painting evolves.
To enquire about commissioning a painting for your home or workplace, just fill out the form on the bottom of this page. Please include as much detail about your painting vision as possible.