Cathy Read

Cathy Read re-imagines iconic architecture using explosive, colourful drops and trails of paint, held together with a structure of white lines. She exhibits with the Society of Women Artists in London and was awarded the Barbara Tate Memorial Award in 2015. Her work is in the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and corporate collections. She appeared on Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year in 2016 and 2017. Originally from Manchester Cathy now lives in a chapel near Buckingham which she converted with her husband. She lives close enough to London to get her Urban Architecture fix when needed.

Painting of the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford by Artist Cathy Read featuring the historic building reflected in puddles

Sheldonian Theatre Reflections Meditation

Sheldonian Theatre Reflections in puddles on Broad Street. Oxford has some impressive edifices, especially on Broad Street right in the university’s heart. The Theatre has been the proud location of graduations and performances, recitals and you name it – a hub of cultural activity aligned with Oxford’s rich cultural heritage. The theatre has steadfastly served …

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