Kiata Mason’s body of work revolves around collections of objects in the domestic home environment, depicting the compositions created for still-life paintings and highlighting the haphazard nature of a working space. Based on objects from her own family home, the works speak strongly of the emotional pull that can be experienced in a room full of the remnants of a long, shared life. Dispersed, the objects could be seen as bric-a-brac, but united as collections they tell intriguing stories of the inhabitants.
Sydney-based artist, Kiata Mason, is a National Art School graduate, holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting and Drawing, with Honours and a Master of Fine Arts, Drawing. For over fourteen years, Kiata’s sensitive works have been regularly placed in a multitude of awards including the Paddington Art Prize (2018, 2015), Doug Moran Portrait Prize (2017, 2016, 2013), Mosman Art Prize (2012), Blake Prize (2011) and Dobell Drawing Prize (2012). She was also a finalist in the Sulman Art Prize (2018) and winner
of the Muswellbrook Art Prize, Works on Paper (2018).
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