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I am thrilled to be featured in VoyageLA - where I talk about my work.  You can catch the article here - just click on the link http://voyagela.com/interview/check-kathryn-pitts-artwork/


My work that I exhibited at the opening of the new Beyond the Lines gallery 23 - 24 March 2018 

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 Me next to my work - "Legs" a screen print featured in the Open Work exhibition at Gallery 825 - Juried by Anna Katz assistant Curator from MOCA. Exhibition runs from 16th December 2017 - 12 January 2018

Me next to my work - "Legs" a screen print featured in the Open Work exhibition at Gallery 825 - Juried by Anna Katz assistant Curator from MOCA. Exhibition runs from 16th December 2017 - 12 January 2018


 

Commissioned Work in W1 in Kuala Lumpur

I have been fortunate enough to be able to create two pieces of Art work for a bar/restaurant in Malaysia.  The bar is named W1, which is the post code for the center of London.  Based on the London theme of the place I came up with this paintings that would be compatible with the slightly dark/ moody /sexy aura.

The first paining illustrates the locally known pedestrian bridge "The wobbly bridge" as it wobbled when first built when people walked over it.  They did reinforce it so no longer wobbles! The bridge spans the Thames from the beautiful, huge, Tate Modern to St. Paul's Cathedral which you can see in the painting.

The second painting illustrates the marching Queens Guards.  An iconic look.  The scarlet red made even more vivid by being paired with the black of the trousers and the tall furry black hats.

 Paintings in situ

Paintings in situ

 The Queen's Guards         

The Queen's Guards

 

 

 


CAT AND DOG SHOW AT BEYOND THE LINES

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WORK DISPLAYED IN THE WATER AND ICE EXHIBITION AT BG GALLERY

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'What does DTLA mean to you?'

In March 2017 I curated my first show at the Angel City Brewery in Downtown LA, titled, 'What does DTLA mean to you?'.

I have been volunteering at Lamp Art Studio in Skid Row for sometime and have got to know the artists and been inspired by their talents.  I wanted to give them the opportunity to hang their work side by side with other more established LA artists and give them a taste of how to submitting to exhibitions works .

It was a great success, not only because we had sales and that many came to see the exhibition but also because I got to meet many of my peer group that I did not know and it was a great experience learning to curate an exhibition, so much so I would love to do it again!

 

 OVERVIEW OF THE INSTALLED SHOW

OVERVIEW OF THE INSTALLED SHOW

 ANOTHER ONE

ANOTHER ONE

 ME WITH MY SILK SCREEN SUBMISSIONS

ME WITH MY SILK SCREEN SUBMISSIONS

 SOLD!

SOLD!


MY FIRST GROUP SHOW AT ART SHARE - OPPOSITE OF ALGEBRA

 

 SO HONOURED!      

SO HONOURED!

 

 

 With my triptych at Opposite of Algebra exhibition            

With my triptych at Opposite of Algebra exhibition

 

 

 

 

 Amber and I thoughtfully examining my painting at Opposite of Algebra Exhibition

Amber and I thoughtfully examining my painting at Opposite of Algebra Exhibition


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MY FIRST EVER EXHIBITION