Catherine Baker

Catherine's work is concerned with a dialogue between landscape and abstraction; a distillation of the essential colours, marks and lines encountered on walks through the landscape. She is intrigued by traces of the layers of history of a place - both geological and man-made.

Catherine's work process begins with sketches directly from the landscape, adding notes of colours, descriptions of light and shapes. Later in the studio she works on a series of paintings, using elements from the sketches and memory as a starting point for compositions. The paintings develop over a period of time, using mainly thin layers of colour and lines of paint, pencil or charcoal.

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Blue Distance by Catherine Baker
Darkening by Catherine Baker
Gold Field by Catherine Baker
Intervals by Catherine Baker
Lime Indigo by Catherine Baker
Lime Light by Catherine Baker
Maes Knoll by Catherine Baker
Watchet by Catherine Baker