Kerry Harding’s soft, surreal environments are inspired by the weathered Cornish landscape surrounding her studio. Process and materials are key elements to her practice alongside ongoing experimentation. Imitating processes at play within the natural world, Harding layers her material before taking it away and then re-layering it. This constant questioning and reworking of her canvases results in a subtlety of texture, with a sense of history and visual depth. Harding studied at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art in Oxford and currently teaches at the Newlyn School of Art in Cornwall.