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Nom Kinnear King


Nom Kinnear King paints narrative figures ensconced in the rural traditions and folklore of her Norfolk homeland. Romantic, curious, and magical, Nom’s work feels both nostalgic and intimate. She draws viewers into her uncannily familiar yet distant, dreamlike fantasies with warm hues, soft value changes, and a light hand that is tender and expressive, accentuating the whimsical nature of her subjects. 


Nom studied Fine Art at Norwich School of Art and Design and, before settling down in the City of Norwich, she lived and worked in Melbourne, Brighton, London, and Verese. Her work has been featured in countless magazines and publications, and she exhibits widely in Australia, Europe, and across the United States. Since 2016, Nom has appeared in more than twenty group exhibitions and hosted four solo features with Arch Enemy Arts to-date. 


  • "FIRST NIGHT" (March 2024)

  • Elenor’s Follies” (February 2022)

  • “Matinee” (March 2020)

  • “Foragers” (August 2019)

  • “Bounded Branches” (August 2018)

Catalog of works. 

Below is a list of all works from solo and group exhibitions. Any pieces marked with a red dot have been sold. 

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