Through painting, Krystie Wade reimagines our engagement with different landscapes, exploring and pulling apart the topographical, ecological, and emotional aspects of nature through multiple perspectives and dynamic colour compositions.
Krystie graduated from Unitec in 2004 with a Bachelor of Design. She has exhibited in a number of exhibitions in New Zealand and abroad, including two exhibitions in Tokyo in 2009.
She has also been a finalist in a number of awards, including the James Wallace Art Awards, Norsewear Art Award, Molly Morpeth Art Award, all in New Zealand, and the Agendo Art Awards in Melbourne, Australia.
In 2009 her work was included in the book Seen this Century by Warwick Brown, and she was invited as an International Artist in Residence by the Can Serrat Art Centre in Spain. [Text courtesy of Whitespace]
Krystie is represented by Whitespace in Auckland.