June 7 – June 23
Kym Greeley is a visual artist living in St. John’s, Newfoundland. With process a priority in her work, Greeley uses the landscape, architecture and culture of her province to create paintings. She graduated from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1997, and studied at the Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Art and Science in New York in 1996. Greeley’s work has been exhibited in publicly-funded, artist-run and commercial galleries. Collections featuring her work include the Canada Council Art Bank, Global Affairs Canada, The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Newfoundland Provincial Art Bank Collection. Publications such as The Painting Project, Folklore and Other Panics, Canadian Art Magazine, Visual arts News have featured her critical art practice. Within the Canadian arts community, she has served on many juries, awarding grants, residencies and awards. Greeley has been a board member and volunteer for local artist-run and publicity funded galleries. Her paintings have been shown in Germany, Canada and the United States and she is currently represented by Christina Parker Gallery in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
You might remember Kym’s work from the 2019 Bonavista Biennale.