GILES, Kate

1962 - ?

Kate Giles, spent her childhood in Norfolk. Having completed a degree in English at New College Oxford 1981-1984 (BA Hons Eng Lit), she trained at Camberwell College of Art 1986-1987) and at Falmouth School of Art 1987-1990) (BA Hons FA) and studied printmaking and later life drawing at Morley College, London. She has exhibited regularly ever since, particularly in London and East Anglia but also internationally including at Odon Wagner Gallery, Toronto; Affordable Art Fair, New York and Sharon Arts, Peterborough, New Hampshire, USA; The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Salisbury Museum; The Black Barns, Cockley Cley, Norfolk; Flowers Gallery, Cork Street; Thompsonís Gallery, Marylebone and Mall Galleries, London; Geedon Gallery, Fingeringhoe, Essex; Royal Watercolour Society; Lynne Strover Gallery, Fen Ditton, Cambridge and in Suffolk at the Aldeburgh Festival Exhibition; Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh and Butley Mills Open Studios. Exhibitions have also arisen from a variety of commissions and residencies such as at The National Theatre, The Whitechapel Bell Foundry and Kazan Cathedral, St Petersburgh, Russia. Her work has for many years, mainly focused on a keen and intimate vision of the landscape of her native East Anglia. From 2005 she lived and worked at Butley Mills Studios, in Suffolk and now divides her time between studios in London and Norfolk. Her work can be found in numerous public and private collections in the UK and abroad including the Britten Pears Foundation, Aviva and Banco Sabadell. kategilespaintings.com






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