Kit: A survey of the art of Kit Hiller

Kit Hiller
25 June — 7 August 2022

Kit is a survey, to date, of the career of Mount Hicks-based artist Kit Hiller. The exhibition presents works from across Kit’s career of more than 50 years in all the mediums with which she has worked during that time – watercolours, oils, linocuts and dioramas – through four themes: My Tasmania, My Travels, My Friends and My Favourite Artists.

Amongst the works on display are scenes from Kit’s travels through Mexico, Russia and France, including the now particularly poignant Strawberries from Ukraine; images of animals and locations around Tasmania’s north-west coast, from Ulverstone to Mount Hicks and Wynyard; and a series of dioramas depicting four of Kit’s favourite artists: Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Cézanne, Frida Kahlo and Edward Hopper.


About the artist

A highly acclaimed artist, Kit Hiller has displayed 32 solo exhibitions since 1982, been shown in the Archibald Prize on five occasions, and won the Portia Geach Memorial Award for Women Portrait Painters three times. Her works are held by numerous public galleries across Tasmania and Australia, and by private collectors in New Zealand, the UK, the USA, Chile, Japan, Norway, the Netherlands, Italy and Canada.

Kit Hiller - Strawberries from Ukraine

Kit Hiller, Strawberries from Ukraine, 2017, oil on canvas


Mon – Sun | 10 – 4


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Kit: A survey of the art of Kit Hiller
Kit Hiller
25 June – 7 August 2022