Catherine Ingleby, one of the UK’s foremost sporting and equine artists has completely refurbished an old blacksmiths forge in Berkshire, reviving it as a vibrant creative hub, studio and gallery.
Catherine will be offering a rare opportunity to visit the studio, and view all her recent work with a private view on the 14th of September, remaining open over the weekend. Visitors will have the chance for an exclusive preview of her new body of work, with the opportunity to buy originals and limited edition prints.
Please email for invitation to the private view.
I frequently lecture in local schools and colleges. I have a series of lectures institutions can select from, largely geared towards the upper end of school, college students and art groups.
‘Progressing an idea from concept to completion’
This lecture takes students through the process of developing an idea from a given concept to a complete work. This is aimed towards helping students develop a structured process to evolve their ideas beyond copying to creating their own, original work. I also cover the basics of copyright and using reference material.
‘A career in the arts’
The purpose of this lecture is to inspire those that may be considering a career in the arts and to give them a chance to question me as to the pros and cons of working in the art world. The career paths within the art world are many, varied and often very rewarding, both personally and financially, but sadly are often overlooked in favour of more traditional professions.