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Catherine Redmayne

Catherine Redmayne

London,

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Thank you for visiting. I hope you find something you want to buy. I have enjoyed making all the pictures and I get a real kick when someone out there likes one so much they want to buy it.
Colour really excites me and colour next to colour is endlessly amazing. When the weather is cold, I feel warmest working with colours.
People often say of painting as a pastime that it must be so relaxing. Well, not really, as it can be very frustrating and make whole days vanish when you meant to do something else. But it is gripping and exhilarating on good days - we will not mention the failures!
I won a painting competition at school when I was about 9 and I have just one picture I painted at that time (squirreled away by my mother and found in her treasures) which I could not achieve now - paintings done by children have such a freshness.
Since those distant days, I have played with all sorts of different techniques, been to many workshops, exhibited many pictures, sold quite a few, bought hundreds of books, run workshops for fun and for cash, visited dozens of exhibitions - and generally been interested in art.

 

Night scene by Catherine Redmayne

 

The curtain call by Catherine Redmayne

 

The girl waits by Catherine Redmayne

 

Pas de deux by Catherine Redmayne

 

Night trees by Catherine Redmayne

 

Yellow piano man by Catherine Redmayne

 

Madcap bass by Catherine Redmayne

 

Full moon by Catherine Redmayne

 

Ladder to nowhere by Catherine Redmayne

 

Stone tree sunrise by Catherine Redmayne

 

Do not feed the dinosaurs by Catherine Redmayne

 

Convo by Catherine Redmayne

 

Birds in the orchard by Catherine Redmayne

 

Festival by Catherine Redmayne

 

In ruins by Catherine Redmayne

 

Samarkand by Catherine Redmayne

 

Sail out for good eidolon yacht by Catherine Redmayne

 

The three musketeers by Catherine Redmayne

 

On the strand by Catherine Redmayne

 

Paths by Catherine Redmayne

 

French farm by Catherine Redmayne

 

The swimmer by Catherine Redmayne

 

Searching for the Orient by Catherine Redmayne

 

Blue house by Catherine Redmayne

 

Bunny ballet by Catherine Redmayne

 

Primitive giant by Catherine Redmayne

 

Beach friends Flotsam and Jetsam by Catherine Redmayne

 

Falling Curlicues by Catherine Redmayne

 

The way in by Catherine Redmayne

 

Are you sure you want to know? by Catherine Redmayne

 

Rain dance by Catherine Redmayne

 

I could break my neck, you know by Catherine Redmayne

 

Wrists by Catherine Redmayne

 

Tiring pose by Catherine Redmayne

 

Wake up call by Catherine Redmayne

 

Smoothing tights by Catherine Redmayne

 

Reach up by Catherine Redmayne

 

Turning cat by Catherine Redmayne

 

Haughty cat by Catherine Redmayne