New Zealand artist, Kylie Rusk, resides in Muriwai, West Auckland and originally comes from Whangarei, Northland.
Kylie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Elam School of Fine Arts in Auckland in 2007. In her final year at Elam, Kylie was awarded the Hahnemuhle printmaking award. Since completing her studies, Kylie has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions, primarily working in lithograph prints and acrylic on canvas board.
Kylie Rusk feels a strong connection with the land and sea. Rusk is interested in what the landscape holds for the individual in terms of memory, connection and a sense of belonging. She travels along New Zealand’s shorelines, documenting scenes which she then reproduces in lithographic print and paint in the studio. Her works are imbued with a sense of quiet isolation and capture the grandeur of New Zealand’s scenery.
2010 Masters of Planning Practice, University of Auckland
2007 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Auckland
2021 Interview with Creative Matters
2021 Ponsonby news
2020 Good magazine
2019 NZ House and Garden, September issue
2018 Air New Zealand in flight magazine
2018 ‘Your Say: Kylie Rusk’ m2woman
2018 ‘Advice to my 22 year old self: Seek a mentor’ The Big Idea
2018 ‘At home with artist Kylie Rusk’ stuff
2018 ‘Behold the Beauty of Aotearoa’s Striking Landscapes’ Scoop
2018 ‘In the Clouds’ Habitat by Resene
2012 Your Home and Garden
2012 ‘Four paintings catch the eye’ National Business Review
2002 The Northern Advocate
2000 School C publication booklet
2007 Hahnemuhle Printmaking Award, University of Auckland