Dana Kinter is an artist living and making on Kaurna land, South Australia. Drawing from the natural environment surrounding her home/studio nestled alongside the Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park overlooking the Fleurieu Peninsula coast, Dana has created a signature style that embraces Australia’s native flora and fauna. Dana employs a subdued colour palette with emphasis on the natural characteristics of her materials, using pencil acrylic on timber in her paintings, aided by foraged treasures and views from her backyard studio. Always exploring creative mediums, Dana also creates unique ceramics, carving and painting with a distinctive focus on colour, line and form, onto hand built objects that serve as a base for her artworks.
Collaborations include Australian Iconic fashion label Gorman 2017 & 2019 clothing and homewares and Adairs homewares 2019, 2020 & 2021.
Selected exhibitions/awards/projects & publications
For You, A Thousand Times Over, Art Images Gallery, 2022
'Interconnected', Beautiful Bizarre, NERAM, 2021
The Small Things, SALA Her Name Was Nola, 2021
Trooper Project, Bushfire fundraising project 2020
Alzheimer Queensland collection of 20 works, 2020
Botanical Inspiration, Victionary publication 2020
Karoonda Silo Project, 2020
Adelaide Parklands Prize, finalist 2020
'Plants' Royal Botanical Gardens, finalist 2020
Gorman: Ten Years, Heide Museum of Modern Art 2019
Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize, finalist 2018
An exhibitor in art/design markets Australia-wide, Bowerbird Design Market (SA), Finders Keepers (VIC, NSW & QLD) and The Big Design Market (VIC)
Education/workshops - Bachelor of Visual Arts, Advanced Diploma of Graphic design, Certificate IV Ceramic & Gaya Ceramic Arts Centre workshop with Juz Kitson, Indonesia.
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