Joan KINGHORN

Joan KINGHORN

Joan Kinghorn is an artist and photographer who moved to Cornwall in 1987. She develops her work through observational drawing and experimentation with watercolour, acrylic and oils. The resulting pieces have a touch of abstraction and always convey the felt experience of the subject. She has exhibited at the Camel Valley Gallery, and also shows her work with the Boscastle Group.

Alongside her painting practice, she is an adult education tutor, teaching 'A' Level art. In 2016 Joan Kinghorn became a member of Taking Space, a group of women artists living and working in Cornwall.

media

Painting in watercolour, acrylics and oils

exhibitions

2015: The Boscastle Group, Padstow Institute, Padstow (5-10 Aug)

2016: The Boscastle Group, Padstow Institute, Padstow (27 Aug-1 Sept)

2017: Taking Space, Crypt Gallery, St Ives (29 Apr-5 May)

2017: Rock Institute, Rock, Wadebridge (14-19 Nov)

2018: Taking Space, Crypt Gallery, St Ives (24-30 March)

2018: The Boscastle Group, Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun, nr Launceston (20 Apr-12 May)

2018: Taking Space, Rock Institute, Rock (16-21 Oct)

2019: Taking Space, Crypt Gallery, St Ives (4-17 May)

2019: Taking Space, Morvah Schoolhouse, Morvah (24 Aug-6 Sept)

2019: Taking Space, Rock Institute, Rock (22-27 Oct)

memberships

The Boscastle Group

Taking Space

 

references

 Cornish Guardian (2 Sept. 2015) 'Students are lucky to have Joan's leadership'