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Artist

Catherine's training in historical oil painting supports her work across several genres. While she concentrates on still life compositions she also works in landscape, abstraction and assemblage.

Educator

Catherine's education business, Art-Ed, delivers art theory/history and art observation programs to students in galleries and museums around NSW along with creative and academic workshops specific to the programming requirements. Catherine has a background in art history and theory and completed her Master Museum Studies/Art History at the University of Sydney in 2014. For more information and bookings please contact Catherine.

Exhibitions

2016 Michael Reid Murrurundi – The Brunswick Drawings
– solo show

2016 Michael Reid Murrurundi – A Place We Dream Of
– group show

2015 Michael Reid Murrurundi – Catching Colour II
– solo show

2014 Michael Reid Murrurundi – Catching Colour I
– solo show

2013 Bromley & Co, Melbourne – The Paris Drawings

2011 Maunsell Wickes – Paddington – solo show

2010 Maunsell Wickes – Paddington – solo show

2008 Charles Hewitt – solo show

2007 Charles Hewitt – group show SIX SENSES

2007 Festival on Forbes, Darlinghurst – group show

2006 Paddington Contemporary Gallery – solo show

2005 Paddington Contemporary Gallery – solo show

2004 MLC Gallery , Ultimo – group show

2004 Glebe Art Show

2004 TAP Gallery – group show

2003 Bondi Waverly Art Show

2003 Festival on Forbes, Darlinghurst – group show


Education

2010 - 2012 Masters Art History and Museum Studies, University of Sydney

2001 - 2004 Historical Oil Painting Techniques, Charlie Heard Studio School, Sydney

1999 Drawing, National Art School, Sydney

1999 Diploma of Languages, French, University of Sydney

1998 Diploma of Education, University of New England

1990 Drawing, Central School of Art, Adelaide

1989 Life drawing, National Art School, Sydney

1978 - 1981 BA Communications, UTS, Sydney

1971 - 1977 Frensham , Mittagong


Collections

Works owned by private and corporate collectors in Australia, France and the United Kingdom.

Commissions welcome