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Kriston Banfield



Kriston Banfield’s work takes a surreal look at the human experience and how we, as a person or a people, navigate through the transitions of our lives.

Mixed media paintings, murals and illustrations based in spirituality and symbolism narrate the artist’s perceptions of the world around him as well as his own internal conversations and conflicts. 

To date the artist has participated in the 2017 Ghetto Biennale (Haiti, Port au Prince) three group exhibitions, "Common Thread", “The Paper Show” and “A Studio Showing” as well as the regional street art project “De Mi Barrio A Tu Barrio.” He currently lives and works in his native country of Trinidad and Tobago.  

Kriston Banfield
Ptolemy's Urn