‘My River’ – amongst other painted will be showing at Sullington Farm Cafe Gallery 10.00-16.00 14th-23rd October
‘After I Swam’ in very grand setting at Oakbank Pop up open house – just finished two weekends Sept -October
Storrington, West Sussex
Artists At Oakbank – upcoming group show – Storrington, Sussex for two weekends 24th & 25th, September and 1st & 2nd October – 11.00 – 18.00
I am so excited to be part of this group show -with 11 other artists and makers in this amazing modernist home set in a beautiful garden in Sussex countryside.
There will be painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, wooden assemblage and jewellery watch this space for more information
Follow us on Instagram @artists_at_oakbank
Gentle Gesture – in situ
This beautiful image was sent to me yesterday by the new owner / central Brighton UK – always lifts me up to see work in its new intended space.
Gentle Gesture -70 x70cm acrylic linen
Lovely image of recently delivered painting in new owners georgeous home
This couple came to see my work in a gallery last year, they had been following my work and seen a couple of my paintings in a friends home and were so appreciative, and resonated with a lot of my work, but they couldn’t find, or decide on ‘the one’ at that time – I remember saying, ‘Maybe I just haven’t painted it yet’, and this was right.
￼I knew, or had an inkling, as this painting emerged, that it may well be the one they decided to have.
It looks fantastic in their totally chic home. Which is a mixture of sleek contemporary lines, with amazing vintage finds and a very specific clear colour palette try that works with this pretty bold and raw painting –
Rapeseed Field – in Darkness
Art At 21 – open house starts this weekend – 7 artists
– I will be there both afternoons 2-5.30pm – 21 Montpelier Crescent, Brighton BN1 3JJ
Email me if needed email@example.com
Amazing quote from ‘Two Flamboyant Fathers’
Painting changed me, instead of feeling a helpless muddle, inadequate in any given situation, doomed to be a misfit, an urgent purpose gave me direction.
Using paint as a medium of transport, as it were, I found a way to cast out my inner confusion. The untidiness inside me was tidied up in my painting.
Since that day I have been impelled either to paint or write, if I stop for a period of a week, I get tangled up again. To explain my compulsion in another way: life to me is a muddle, and my way of making a harmonious pattern from the muddle, is to invent order in my work.
The pattern must be remade every day if I am to keep my spirit calm and serene.
And just letting you know my Instagram account kate_scott_paintings is now safely back with me – apologies again to anybody who received DM messages up until 23rd March – I am very grateful to say all is now well. I am having a slower paced week before moving on to last few weeks of planning for the Artists Open Houses in May.