Kirrily Hammond is a Melbourne artist whose practice encompasses painting, drawing and printmaking. Her work is predominantly based on the landscape and this website features individual artworks, a history of exhibitions and contact details.
09 Aug 2017 – 22 Oct 2017 Opening: 4-6pm Saturday 26 August
Artists’ talk 3pm Saturday 26 August
‘Keepsake’ is an exhibition of work by Kirrily Hammond and Sim Luttin that documents moments in time—traces captured between night and day, work and home, travelling from one place to another. As a respite from our hectic lives, this exhibition will explore the personal, quiet moments found in our urban environments, striving to capture small moments of the sublime in the everyday.
In a unique combination of painting and jewellery practices, ‘Keepsake’ will feature intimate oil paintings on copper by Kirrily Hammond and contemporary jewellery and photography by Sim Luttin.