ARTIST PROFILE - Kama Shattock

For me, art has been a journey and I have evolved through many facets of creativity. I started as a painter and print maker; moved into textile art, Chinese brush painting and eventually back to watercolour; my medium of choice. The landscape is my inspiration – not a realistic interpretation, but a capturing of its form, rich colours and vast horizons, using watercolour, oil and acrylic.
With a caravan as a portable studio, I travelled through the Pilbara and the Goldfields in 2016; then in 2018 through the Kimberley, across the top, Alice Springs, East and West McDonnell Ranges and the Flinders Ranges. Both trips provided amazing experiences with many artistic challenges.
I am a member of the Watercolour Societies of WA and Victoria and have exhibited with both. I have also exhibited in China 3 times with the Australian Lingnan Chinese Art Association.

Kama's artworks