Q1. Hello Catherine! How much are you looking forward to the Combe Down Virtual Art Trail?
It has been so lovely to have the trail to look forward to! Whilst I love sharing my work, I also enjoy seeing what has been inspiring my fellow artists.
Q2. You've taken part in the last three Combe Down Art Trails. What is it about art trails you enjoy?
The local area has been so supportive over the last several months in particular. It seems to me to be full of creative people who are receptive to artists and what they make.
Q3. What do you plan on exhibiting in the Combe Down Virtual Art Trail 2020 on Saturday 12th September?
I will be showing my recent flowing watercolours on board - riverboats, sunsets, irises and a local landmark: the house of William Smith, father of British geology and former Midford resident.
Also, a Welsh mountain scene complete with blustery weather and a white-washed farm nestled in the fields. On the Wednesday after the trail (16 September) I am hosting a Zoom workshop for beginners, creating an atmospheric landscape step-by-step in watercolour based around this setting.