KIRSTIN CARLIN is interviewed about her life, art and artistic influences on The Good Oil podcast.
Kirstin has a Master of Fine Arts from the Glasgow School of Art.Her work is held in numerous public and private collections, and she has exhibited widely locally and internationally, including at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery.
In this episode you’ll hear Kirstin speak about how she is influenced by slightly obscure Scottish painters, how much work never makes it out of the studio, how a throw away exercise in problem solving opened up unexpected new approaches to painting, a constant awareness of colour combinations the world presents, obsessing over Matisse… and some of her unlikely reference material.
Listen here - https://rss.com/podcasts/thegoodoil/1125578/
The Good Oil is dedicated to long form conversations with Aotearoa / New Zealand painters about their lives and practices. It is a new project by art enthusiast, collector and all round good guy Graeme Douglas.