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Kate Osborne

£480.00 Approx $616.97, €558.14

Code: 10349

Dimensions:W: 19cm (7.5")H: 31cm (12.2")



'Owl'.

Watercolours.

30x 19 cms.  Framed.

£480.

 

I studied textile design and watercolour on the south coast of England from 1972 to 1976 and, following this, worked for two London textile studios as a floral designer. In 1979 I went to live in Los Angeles where I freelanced, doing production ready artwork for various manufacturers.
I then decamped to a shack in Madrid, New Mexico, an old coal mining town, painting wildlife and botanical subjects, selling through the Canyon Road Gallery in Santa Fe.
I returned home in 1984, where I began illustrating for books,magazines and advertising, as well as continuing with textile design.
Clients have included Sainsbury's, London Transport and Mitchell Beazley.
Since having a family, I have returned to my real love, painting, and now work very freely and richly in watercolour,with the minimum of compositional drawing; this gives the paintings an unpremeditated look, which attempts to express the beautiful but transitory nature of the subject matter - fruit , flowers, vegetables and, more recently, animals and bugs.

 

I studied textile design and watercolour on the south coast of England from 1972 to 1976 and, following this, worked for two London textile studios as a floral designer. In 1979 I went to live in Los Angeles where I freelanced, doing production ready artwork for various manufacturers.
I then decamped to a shack in Madrid, New Mexico, an old coal mining town, painting wildlife and botanical subjects, selling through the Canyon Road Gallery in Santa Fe.
I returned home in 1984, where I began illustrating for books,magazines and advertising, as well as continuing with textile design.
Clients have included Sainsbury's, London Transport and Mitchell Beazley.
Since having a family, I have returned to my real love, painting, and now work very freely and richly in watercolour,with the minimum of compositional drawing; this gives the paintings an unpremeditated look, which attempts to express the beautiful but transitory nature of the subject matter - fruit , flowers, vegetables and, more recently, animals and bugs.