Kate Osbourne. Watercolours. I studied textile design in the 1970’s and worked in the industry for 20 years, including five years in the States, for one year living in a shack in an old coal mining town, painting wildlife and botanical subjects, and selling through a gallery in Santa Fe.
As an illustrator I have worked for various clients including London Transport, Sainsbury’s and Quarto Press. Painting has gradually taken over and I now work very freely in watercolour, with the minimum of compositional drawing, aiming to give the paintings an unpremeditated look, and attempting to express the beautiful but transitory nature of the still life and natural history subjects.
My work has been shown with the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, the Society of Wildlife Artists, Brighton Open Houses, and in galleries across the UK. See Kates' work at jolly gorgeous Gallery in Kemptown Village, Brighton. Kate Osbournes website.

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