Katy Mutton is an multidisciplinary visual artist working across drawing, painting, print and installation. Most recently Katy’s work has explored the manipulation of perception, propaganda and camouflage techniques. Since graduating in 2010 with a BA in Visual Art (ANU School of Art) she has exhibited regularly in the ACT and interstate, including seven solo exhibitions. Katy also has a BA in Environmental Design (UC, 2002) with her previous professional background as a designer significantly influencing her art. Katy's practice is heavily research based and she is interested particularly in the impact of political and military action on cultural identity. She frequently integrates symbols, camouflage principles and drafting techniques in her art work. Katy's work is held in a number of private collections and also by the Australian War Memorial.
Photo credit: Andrew Sikorsky