Being an avid observer of life I enjoy the challenge of capturing the likeness, character and spirit of whatever catches my eye, be it landscape, objects or people. With a basic palette of six or seven colours and a figurative style I begin by drawing outlines and shapes, developing a structure on which to build with colour and tone, using mainly oils, watercolour or charcoal on paper or canvas. Although restricted to working on a smaller scale due to the size of my tiny studio I love being lost in that creative space where time seems to stand still.
I am open to commissions, with drawings priced from £100 and paintings from £200 (unframed) depending on size and content. Please email me to discuss :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Kay is from New Zealand and has lived in Oxford since 2007. She is mainly self-taught as an artist and has developed a keen interest in portraiture through many years of practice with informal art groups and by studying artists such as Monet, Cassatt and Cezanne. She is a member of LiterArties and has recently been elected to membership of the Oxford Art Society.