Kirsten Moran is an artist whose paintings and drawings explore the ancestral and generational relationships from the perspectives of body, land, and psyche. The work reveals artifacts, fragments, and portraits, and serves as a chronical of her journey through the matrilineal line continuing a dialogue between the corporeal body we inhabit, and the soul that inhabits us.
Kirsten Moran’s recent solo exhibitions include Mirror at Beverly Street Studio School in Staunton, VA and Hold and See at the Rosefsky Gallery at Binghamton University in Binghamton, NY. Her work has also been featured in the exhibition, Between Clock and Bed at Yale Divinity School and the Institute of Sacred Music at Sarah Smith Gallery in New Haven, CT. Her work is held in collections both nationally and internationally, including SCAD Museum of Art. She has taught at the College of Charleston and Trident Technical College.
Education: MFA in Painting, Savannah College of Art and Design
BFA in Painting/BA in Cinema, Binghamton University