Katie’s recent body of work has been inspired by coastal scenes and landscapes. They have been created in oils with a range of palette knives, using a restrained range of soft blues and greys, pinks and ochres.
Working from a beautiful new studio in which she has more space and light has allowed Katie to stretch her creative wings, building on the firm foundations of her earlier work, but allowing a natural development which we think has taken her work to new and exciting levels. Some of her paintings have become less representational as she explores a more semi abstract approach drawing from within. She is also enjoying working on a larger scale, and we love the results. See more here.
New Artist: Catherine Greenwood
Catherine’s art practice includes copper plate etching, mono printing, kitchen lithography, woodcut, lino block print, painting and figure drawing. You can see more here.
She is just about to begin a post graduate research post in the print department in City and Guilds of London Art School. The post was set up by Norman Akroyd and now led by Jason Hicklin as Head of Print Department. She says “I’m very honoured to have the post and excited about the work that will unfold”. We are excited too, and look forward to seeing some of the work gracing our walls in Chalk Gallery.