Kerrie Kenton is a multidisciplinary visual artist and Watte Wanne Knowledge holder of the Darug and Dhunghutti Nations. Her art practice is intricately woven with knowledge, kinship, stories and song.
Kerrie is a painter and designer who also produces works on paper. Her works are inspired by her Indigenous heritage and the environment and include brightly coloured decorative abstractions, as well as finely drawn illustrations of wildlife. Her approach to her work reflects her commitment to her community, education and Reconciliation.
Kerrie holds many commissions and public art works to her name across Sydney. Her works are held in collections in Australia and overseas.