Small Works Project: Kit Curry

Kit Curry is an artist and illustrator based in the Berkshires.

Kit draws inspiration from those primordial beliefs — animism, apocalypticism, the occult —that modernity and so-called enlightenment have failed to entirely exorcise. Largely self-taught, Kit credits their skill and knowledge to the writings of the great 20th century illustrators, including that of their great great grandfather Harvey Dunn. Kit’s work — be it in ink, charcoal, animated film, or digital — always reflects this illustrative tradition. Kit’s illustrations have most recently appeared in the Perspectives On American Dance anthology and Razorcake. Their work in film and animation has received the Silver Sound Showdown grand prize and a Streamy nomination. A solo show of works in ink and charcoal will be held at the Plant Connector gallery in North Adams in mid 2021.


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