Kerry Dyke is a lifelong resident of NJ and a painting concentration BFA upperclassman at Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts. She mainly works in figurative painting in egg tempera, often with natural and/or quasi-mythological themes. However, these themes serve primarily as a framework for exploring the broader human subject matter, as well as for exploring more formal considerations, with special attention to a united, earthy color palette, extreme lighting, and deep shadow.
Exhibitions & Art Fairs:
March-May 2018 - Red Bank, NJ - Local Vision: Spring Fever at All Things Local October 2017 - New Brunswick, NJ - Undergraduate Open at Mason Gross Gallery February 2016 - Perth Amboy, NJ - Red4 at Perth Amboy Gallery Center for the Arts August 2015 - Brooklyn, NYC, NY - Black & White at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists' Coalition May 2015 - Perth Amboy, NJ - Table at Perth Amboy Waterfront Arts Festival April 2015 - Manhattan, NYC, NY - Women's Art (traveling show) at Saphira & Ventura Gallery April 2015 - Perth Amboy, NJ - 10-work feature in Women's Art (traveling show) at Perth Amboy Gallery Center for the Arts March 2015 - Newark, NJ - Women's Art (traveling show) at Casa de Ribatejo Art Space