“Capturing character, essence, and soulfulness is what it’s all about! Portraits and atmospheric scenes are my speciality, bringing alive precious memories of people, pets and places.”

 

 

Kate Marr works as an oil painter in Bournemouth, UK and has been a professional artist for the last decade. Her style is a fusion of modern impressionism and realism with a lively use of brush marks. Kate’s oil paintings are lively, colourful and atmospheric, painting people and pet portraits, flowers, landscapes and seascapes.

 

NEWS

Upcoming Solo Art Exhibition

PRIVATE VIEW - You’re invited!
Please RSVP by email if you can make it. Thanks.

Bourne Gallery, Bournemouth International Centre (BIC)

10am to 5pm,   20th - 31st October 2018

   

 

SHOP

Kate has a shop within the Christchurch Emporium, which is just 500m from Christchurch High Street.

See Shop for details

 

EXHIBITIONS

Group Show, Arts by the Sea, Bournemouth, September 2018

Showcase new painting at “We love street trees”, Fishermans walk, September 2018

Group Show, Local Artists’ Exhibition, Bournemouth Library, August 2018

Group Show, Art & Makers Market, Westover Gardens, Bournemouth July-August, October 2018.

Group Show, Otantic, 279A Green Lanes, North London August 2016 - April 2018

Portraits Group Exhibition, The 504 Gallery, East London. June 2016

Jazz and Dance by Ali White and Kate Marr, The Coach House Gallery, Wakefield. August - October 2008

Group Show, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth. June 2008

Group Show, The Wall Gallery, Wakefield. April - September 2008

Group Show, The Coach House Gallery, Wakefield. February - April 2008

Group Show, Hearts Capital, Royal William Yard, Plymouth. June 2005 2007

Group Show, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Epsom. June 2005

Group Show, TCCE, Surrey June 2004

 

EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

Artist London, Bournemouth 2008 - Present

Fine Art BA (Hons) Plymouth University, 2008

Foundation Studies (Art and Design) The Surrey Institute of Art and Design, 2005

 

 

ARTICLES

Painters Online Newsletter March 2018 - Monthly highlights and Gallery highlights