Kerry Harding, a landscape painter, works from Krowji Studios in Redruth. In 1994 she gained a BA (Hons) at the Ruskin School of Drawing & Fine Art, Oxford University. She followed up her studies with an MA in Fine Art at Falmouth College of Art in 2003. Later that year she was awarded a residency and solo exhibition at the Perth International Arts Festival. She has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, and her work is held in private and hotel collections across Europe, the Middle East, Japan, Australia and Africa.
Harding is a member of the Arborealists, an international group of 50 painters which was founded in 2013 following the success of 'Under the Green Wood : Picturing the British Tree' - an exhibition held at the St Barbe Museum & Art Gallery in Hampshire.
An accomplished teacher of painting, Kerry Harding is running an online course in 2021 at St Ives School of Painting: 'Experimental Landscapes in Oil'.
2006: Solo and mixed shows, Lemon Street Gallery, Truro
2006: Winter Exhibition, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire
2007: 'Sun, Aloe, Rain' - solo show, Campden Gallery, Gloucestershire
2007-2008: Michael Obert Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
2010: NSA Double Vision, Exchange Gallery, Penzance
2013: 11 October - 2 November: Heseltine Gallery, Truro School
2016: 'There and Back Again', Penwith Gallery, St Ives (28 May-6 July)
Open Studios Cornwall 2014; 2015; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019; 2020 (postponed)
2017: Beside the Wave, Falmouth (1-13 Sept)
2019: Far & Wild, Hampstead Affordable Art Fair (7-12 May)
2020: Spring Exhibition, Byre Gallery, Millbrook PL10 1AJ (1 Apr-2 May)
2021: 'Painted Postcards', Newlyn Art Gallery (19 May-3 July)
NSA 2009 list
Cornwall Today (Sept 2017) 'An Everyday Intimacy' by Mercedes Smith