Kari Henriksen is an artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Kari Henriksen is currently undertaking a PhD in the Faculty of Art & Design at Monash University. Her work has been selected for numerous prize exhibitions including the Fleurieu Peninsula Art Prize, the John Leslie, McGivern and the Libris Artists Books Award at McKay Regional Gallery. Kari’s work has also been selected to be included in a number of curated exhibitions, notably Works on Paper by Australian Artists, Anhui University (China); Transformers, Views from the Valley (LaTrobe Regional Gallery); the Hey-Li Contemporary Printmedia Festival (Korea); and Paper Animals: Animals as Metaphor, which toured regional galleries in Victoria.

In 2003, Kari was awarded a travelling scholarship to Sardinia and in 2004 she was invited to participate in a six month residency in an artist’s studio in Tuscany. This year Kari has been awarded a residency at Arthur Boyd’s former homestead at Bundanon, on the Shoalhaven River in New South Wales.

Kari’s work is represented in public and private collections in Australia and overseas including, Japan, Italy and New York.

Kari Henriksen is represented by Catherine Asquith Gallery in Melbourne, Australia.

Title: After the Rain, Chatham Road: 4.54pm
Medium: archival pigment ink on Hahnemuhle rag paper
Dimensions: 30 × 54cm
Work date: 2009