In 1987, on a clifftop overlooking the English Channel, Kathryn experienced the conditions which were to provide her with the material to become an artist. Her daylight images are inspired by sometimes defined, sometimes hazy horizons, shades of dark and light, both cloudy and cloudless skies and the emotions and moods which these natural phenomenon create in her.

Kathryn’s paintings do not tell her audience what she expects them to see, rather she prefers to allow the viewer to decide for themselves.

In that way, the impact of the painting is pure, the emotion which it stirs is personal and ownership belongs to the individual alone.

All works are pure oil paint on superfine, Berge linen stretched around tulipwood frames.  The slideshow displays only a selection of available works.