Kate Shaw sells out at Fehily - Art Collector

Kate Shae, Asdis (goddess), 2013. Acrylic and resin on board, 180 x 120cm. Courtesy: the artist and Fehily Contemporary, Melbourne

13 November 2013 | Kate Shaw's recent exhibition Fjallkonan at Fehily Contemporary in Melbourne was officially a sell out show.

Earlier this year, Shaw partook in a residency at in Reykjavík, Iceland where she connected with the country's transformative landscape of volcanoes, glaciers, icebergs and lava fields. In the resultant body of work, she continued to convey the importance of the natural environment to human history and identity, and the works resonated with collectors. Fehily Contemporary's director Lisa Fehily revealed to
Art Collector that Shaw's works were acquired by new collectors and those already collecting her work in depth.

Shaw's work is held in private collections across Australia, Korea, the United Kingdom and the United States. Her work is also held in Artbank, the Museum of Brisbane and Rockhampton Regional Gallery.

Alexandra Djurichkovic

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