Catherine Corfield

I am an international selling British landscape artist. I found my love for art at a young age at school and followed my passion through school and college. I went on to study at University College of Northampton, where i gained a fine art degree with honours followed by a Masters degree from University of Greenwich.

After graduating, I travelled South Asia and lived in South Korea teaching before settling in Yorkshire for several years to start my family.

I have recently moved to Castle Douglas in Scotland where I work from my home studio and exhibit regularly across the country.

The majority of my work is impressionism style landscapes with elements of romanticism. I work in oils and occasionally acrylics.

My work is currently focused on natural landscape and human connection with nature.

In today’s ever growing technological world. I find the need to step back to nature to escape from the modern work that society has made. With the ever growing population, the British landscape and accessibility to nature is changing and becoming all the more important.

My work has elements of idealism, nostalgia, and human relationships, particularity childhood, portrayed in a positive light of innocence and freedom when surrounded by the natural world. I want to encapsulate an element of universally shared experiences of the sublime where there is a meeting of emotion and landscape.

My work captures my personal experiences of human relationships within the natural world but also invites the viewer to become part of the narrative themselves. Shared stories in shared spaces.

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