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Lynn Dell Drawing

Kirsty McKenzie

United States

Drawing, Pastel on Glass

Size: 11.8 W x 16.5 H x 0 D in

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Mixed media drawing of fashion icon Lynn Dell Cohen, as seen in the documentary "Advanced Style" . Kirsty McKenzie’s work depicts portraits of colourful characters with queer and feminist themes, defying sexual and gender stereotypes. *This piece is framed in a white wood frame, with white mount, and the pane is glass. The frame is 3.2cm thick.

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Drawing:Pastel on Glass

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.8 W x 16.5 H x 0 D in

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Kirsty McKenzie (B. 1982 Toronto, Canada) is an interdisciplinary artist, and costume designer. She graduated with a BFA in Fashion from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2005. She prolifically creates paintings, drawings, mixed media collages, costumes, interiors, performance, sound, and video installations (such as "Cat Lady" and "Clown Frown", 2015), as well as her own universe in which she dwells. Her work is mostly figurative, and often depicts portraits of colourful characters with prominent queer and feminist themes; who defy sexual and gender stereotypes, and transcend traditional notions of beauty. Her art explores societal attitudes toward women and the oppression and objectification they endure, with strong themes of obsession, mental health, and substance abuse. Kirsty infuses these topics with humour and a child-like exuberance; with simplification and distortion of forms, and a brazen use of colour. In 2013, she faced her substance abuse and addictions that had overshadowed her life for 17 years, began her powerful, transformative journey of recovery. What began as an avid sketchbook practice, soon exploded into a full-blown art addiction. In 2014 she passionately redirected her focus from fashion & costumes to visual art, and rediscovered herself as an artist. Her work is often autobiographical, and her series “Warning Signs” delves into her drug addiction, recovery, and co-occurring bipolar disorder. These works focus on the anxiety, paranoia, frenzied obsession, and mood swings that come with the detrimental relationship of chemical dependency. The surreal sculptures and mixed media collages are dark yet whimsical and witty; some depicting the “third eye”, and how that is often blocked while in addiction. The 6th chakra or “third eye” featured prominently in her work, after experiencing a spiritual awakening in recovery, and becoming more in tune with this concept through her avid Kundalini and meditation practice. Kirsty has shown her work internationally, in numerous group exhibitions in London, UK and Toronto, Canada. Several of her works from “Warning Signs” were in "Chemcraft" (Christina Mitrentse Projects, Espacio Gallery, London, UK 2015), and "Prescriptions" (The Beaney museum, Canterbury, UK 2016). She has appeared on a BBC One interior design show, and been interviewed in i-D, to name a few, and some of her clients include The Guardian, and Teen Vogue.

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