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Lisa Catherwood

Lisa Catherwood has been working as an artist and designer for almost thirty years, exhibiting in oils, watercolours and pen and ink.   
 Northern Ireland born and largely self-taught, she cites influences which include Kathleen Kelly her Grandmother, an exquisite watercolourist, and Irish Artist Lawson Burch who taught her art for a number of years.    Her artistic philosophy is rooted in a deep sense of wonder at nature, and of humanity's many achievements always with an eye to that fluid border between light and those ‘dark corners’ which hold the horrors of existence.  Where others travel to experience, Lisa journeys through the creation of art; exploring the impact of light, colour and line on animals, places and people – beings of incredible magic and beauty, spirituality, creativity and splendid ridiculousness. Shackled, but undeterred, by the debilitating and recurring illness known as M.E. she continues to hone her skills - a refuge, a meditation, a celebration. With her work she hopes to share with the viewer a sense of vibrancy and excitement in existence through light and colour and line.  'A Fish Called Wonder' is the latest series of works exploring koi – symbols of love and friendship in Japan.
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