Growing up on a olive farm in the Hunter Valley, NSW, Kirsten Brigg's childhood was spent exploring the surrounding bushland and experimenting with an abundance of art supplies in her father's art studio.
Living with an artist as a father, Kirsten naturally felt influenced by his works and was drawn to an artistic lifestyle from an early age.
After Kirsten's relocation to Melbourne’s inner suburbs, her work began to represent the complexity of our natural landscape; highlighting the irony of painting something so beautiful yet watching it be destroyed before us.
Kirsten oscillates between monochrome and earth tones to represent the natural world and its diverse textures.
Kirsten Brigg is currently studying a Bachelor of Counselling at the Australian School of Applied Psychology (ACAP) in Melbourne CBD.