FLAMING JUNE! 2021

Two great events to look out for in June.

Firstly, Kate has been chosen as the ‘Featured Artist’ at Fowey River Gallery, Fowey, Cornwall in June this year. Around 20-30 of Kate’s new abstract and Landscape pieces will be on show. Please let them know if you would like to attend the Preview evening on Saturday, 12th June.

Secondly, Kate’s work will be on display for the G7 to see, at Carbis Bay Hotel 11-13 June. Please contact Summerhouse Gallery, Marazion, Cornwall for more information.

UAE

Several of Kate’s abstracts have been chosen to adorn the villa of a VIP in the UAE, courtesy of
Matthew Trustam Design in Surrey. Check out their stunning superyacht interior design website.

Kate Richardson Art on Instagram

Follow this youtube link to get an insight of the process behind Kate’s work Kate at work

SOLO SHOW

Kate is excited to announce dates for her solo show ‘Arcadia’ at Kellie Miller Arts Gallery, Brighton
September 19 2020 – October 5 2020

Kate’s semi-abstract landscapes and abstract work will be exhibited at this years Battersea Affordable Art Fair, courtesy of The Russell Gallery, Putney, London. March 2020.

Kate is exhibiting at Ascot Fresh Art Fair courtesy of Beyond The Sea Gallery, Padstow. September 2019.

Exciting times as two of Kate’s ‘Dalek Collection’ and some of her abstracts were chosen by G C Gallery, Royal Tunbridge Wells for their Chinese clients. July 2019.

Kate is thrilled to be represented by Kellie Miller Arts Gallery, Brighton

and Russell Gallery, London. 2018

New Directions – An Exhibition of Kate’s New Abstract Collection

10th – 24th June 2018

Kate’s exciting new abstract collection is being exhibited at The Summerhouse Gallery for two weeks in June. Come along between 2.00pm and 4.00pm on Sunday 10th June and meet Kate, who will be there to talk about her work.


Daleks Meet Fine Art – Just What The Doctor Ordered

3rd December 2015

Kate’s Dalek-infused recreations of paintings by Bouguereau raised a few eyebrows, and even the ire of one or two religious folks, when they went on display in Cornwall. The reception was less controversial at an exhibition in the Oriel A&B Gallery in Cardiff, home of the Doctor Who production team, although still interesting enough to attract the attention of The Times and several other national media outlets.