Artist and curator Kelly-Anne Davitt is known for hyper-real virtuoso painting style in vibrant pop tones, and her humorous and provocative light-sculptures. Her electrifyingly immaculate canvases fuse traditional still life and portraiture with a contemporary approach, inspired by advertising imagery, pop culture, nostalgic childhood memories and feminist themes. She has exhibited widely across the UK from Cork Street to The Potteries.
Davitt’s curatorial debut, The Most Powerful Woman In The Universe was held at gallery 46 in Whitechapel. This groundbreaking and timely feminist show met with much critical acclaim.
Other recent exhibitions include: Pop Now! at Gallery 46, Kapow – The Art of Superheroes and Villains held at The Potteries Museum, Painting Now and 12 Hughes at Hix Art in old street. Successful solo shows include Beach Balls and Melons at Dadiani Fine art, Cork Street and Feel Good at Blacks, Soho.