Kate Wrigglesworth

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An Unexpected Visitor

Recently we have had a mischievous cat Daisy, who belongs to our neighbour, creep into our front garden. She has even jumped onto the window

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Beach huts and bunting

I also visited a beach in Teignmouth which had colourful beach huts. I have depicted them here with bunting reflected in the sea alongside an

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Teignmouth Harbour

Whilst visiting Devon recently we visited Teignmouth. I loved this quirky harbour with it’s terraced houses right next to the beach.

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The Walled Garden

I love Cottage Gardens and really enjoy painting garden scenes. This painting “The Walled Garden” which I exhibited at The Spring Art Fair in Teddington

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Kippers at Craster

Whilst demonstrating at Wisley RHS Spring Garden Show I managed to finish this painting of Craster Harbour which is famous for it’s kippers. You can

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The Malvern Hills

The Malvern Hills are such an inspiring landscape and I am excited to be running some art and dance sessions there at “Centre of the

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Garden by the sea

This is an intricate painting of a grapevine, birds and flowers which I imagine could flourish in a warm climate by the sea. The birds

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Craster Harbour

Harbours are one of favourite subjects and this week I have just completed this painting of Craster harbour in Northumberland. I have included some fishing

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Painting Lindisfarne

Here I am painting Lindisfarne. I am working with gouache on paper and I have just added some pearlescent pigment to give the painting a

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Lindisfarne

I have begun a new series of paintings based on the Northumberland coast. Here is the first painting of Lindisfarne. It is so atmospheric there

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A Frosty Morning

Pity about the rain this week! I am already missing the frosty mornings. Here is a recent small imaginary landscape that depicts just what I’m

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The Boathouse

I have always thought how lovely it must be to have a boathouse. Here’s a new painting – a small study in gouache and ink.

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