Using delicate line drawings and watercolour washes set against large areas of negative space, Kate Evans produces images that reflect the richness of their subject matter.
Often painting desolate buildings in remote areas of America, Scandinavia and Europe, Kate’s work creates a feeling of isolation and space, ultimately depicting the sheer wilderness of these locations.
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Kate was commissioned by the Physiotherapy department in the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford to create a design for a large wall mural.
Kate created a series of paintings which would be reproduced and printed onto a wall vinyl; transforming a refurbished entrance hall into a calming waiting room for patients.
BA Hons Illustration, Falmouth University (2006)
2019 Open//Wild, Kobi & Teal Gallery
2018 Remote, Kobi & Teal Gallery
2014 Hiatus, Antlers Gallery
Printmaking Art Collection, Chichester University
Laurence King: Vincent’s Starry Night and Other Stories; A Children’s History of Art 2016 by Michael Bird (Illustrated by Kate Evans)
Ilex: The Watercolour Ideas Book