But I’m busy painting away. Lots of lovely new ideas bubbling up. Looking forward to showing my new work to the world. In the meantime please contact me if you are interested in discussing, showing or purchasing any of my work. Keep safe Katherine.
Show runs until Saturday 4th Jan. 2020.
59 kings Rd, St Leonards on Sea, TN37 6DY. Open thursday, friday and saturday 11-4. Featured artists, Annie Rae – Prints, Susan Elliott – Mosaics, Katherine Reekie – Oil Paintings, Alistair Kendry – Collage.
I will be selling my unique enamel jewellery and a series of new landscape paintings at this years Hastings Arts Forum Christmas Fair. Lots of wonderful arts and crafts available.
I have three oil paintings in this show. SoCo Artists present a challenging programme of exhibitions, public arts events and talks in a range of venues, to a wide and varied audience.
Back home from touring the uk in ‘Is This Planet Earth?’, The Reekie Collection will be on show in St Leonards as part of the Coastal Currents festival. In this collection of oil paintings I have explored our fascination with Nature’s curiosities – unfamiliar organic forms have been preserved and presented for us to gaze upon. Inspired by genuine Victorian specimens, the works have an air of authenticity and importance. However, on closer inspection, the creatures are imagined – just like the form and depth are in the picture itself.
I have 6 oil paintings in this years RSA Summer Show
The RSA is made up of practising artists living and working within a 15 mile radius of Rye with an evolving membership of painters, sculptors, printmakers, .
I’m delighted to announce I have been selected by Sacha Craddock to take part in this years second Creekside Open at the APT Gallery, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London. SE8 4SA. All welcome to this exciting biennial show.
I’m delighted to announce I have been selected by BRian Griffiths to take part in this years Creekside Open at the APT Gallery, 6 Creekside, Deptford, London. SE8 4SA. All welcome to this exciting biennial show.
I had a wonderful time in Hull last weekend. “Is this planet earth?” opened for it’s final stage of it’s two year tour. First shown in Ty Pawb Arts Centre Wrexham in April 2018, then Aberystwyth Arts Centre in July 2018. It now resides in the excellent Ferens Gallery Hull till the 28th of July 2019.
Visitors will encounter wondrous creatures and stunning landscapes filled with colours and sensations that are heightened and strange. Beautiful to behold and often sci-fi in feel, the exhibition will have darker undercurrents relating to our destruction of nature.
There are sculptures by Salvatore Arancio, Halina Dominska and Alfie Strong, paintings by Dan Hays and Katherine Reekie, a sound installation by Jason Singh, a live performance by Patrick Coyle and videos by Helen Sear and Seán Vicary. Thank you to our curator Angela Kingston and all involved putting on the three shows.
My Reekie Collection of 34 specimen paintings will be hanging in this wonderful show and gallery.