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Jordy Kerwick

Jordy Kerwick (b. 1982) is a contemporary artist known for his unique and captivating paintings. Kerwick’s style of painting can be described as a blend of contemporary and traditional elements, characterized by bold, expressive brushwork and a distinctive use of color.

Over the years, Jordy Kerwick’s painting style has evolved, reflecting his continuous exploration and experimentation with various techniques and subject matters. He began his artistic journey with a focus on still life compositions and everyday objects, capturing their essence with a fresh and contemporary perspective. As time went on, Kerwick’s work expanded to incorporate figurative elements and more complex narratives, adding depth and emotional resonance to his pieces.

In terms of his materials, Jordy Kerwick primarily works with oil paint. This medium allows him to achieve rich, textured surfaces and vibrant colors, adding to the visual intensity and tactile quality of his art.

Jordy Kerwick’s work has received widespread recognition, leading to exhibitions in various museums and institutions around the world. Some of the prestigious places that house his paintings include the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) in Sydney, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) in Melbourne, the Saatchi Gallery in London, The FLAG Art Foundation in New York, and Galleri Magnus Karlsson in Stockholm.

Kerwick’s art has been praised for its ability to evoke emotions, invite introspection, and strike a balance between the familiar and the enigmatic. With his continuous artistic evolution and growing international recognition, Jordy Kerwick remains a prominent figure in the contemporary art world.


Untitled, Arts Club, 2022
Oil, Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
180 x 160cm

On display in the Latin Lounge, second floor.


Untitled, Arts Club, 2022
Oil, Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
150 x 170 cm

On display in Rōhen, second floor.

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