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Catherine E Inglis SWA


Catherine is a professional artist living in the East Riding of Yorkshire, a beautiful location situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.  She specialises in portraiture

as well as a wide variety of other subjects and works predominantly in soft pastels.


Catherine was inspired to art by her tutor P.K. Jackson of Stanbury, West Yorkshire.  Ken was a very enthusiastic tutor, specialising in pastels & oils, and a portrait painter of many memorable public people.


She has her own studio in Skirpenbeck, near York, and tutors workshops.  

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In 2005 Catherine was elected to full membership of the Society of Women Artists and in 2011 won two awards, The Frank Herring & Son Award and Jackson’s Peoples’ Choice Award at the Society’s Celebratory 150th SWA Exhibition held in the Mall Galleries, London.  Following in 2014 with the presentation of the Windsor & Newton Fine Art Award at the Society’s annual exhibition in the Mall Galleries.


Catherine has regularly exhibited in the Westminster Gallery and The Mall Galleries in London, also in the Kennel Club Gallery, London.  She exhibits widely throughout the U.K. and has held several joint and solo exhibitions.


As a Professional Associate of the SAA, Catherine is an online video demonstrator and tutor of workshops. July 2012 saw her also become an online video tutor for the international  Catherine is a founder member of East Riding Artists (ERA) and currently President of Driffield Art Club.


Catherine has used Unison Colour pastels for over 30 years.  These high-quality soft pastels are hand made in Northumberland and use only natural pigments in their manufacture.  She is very proud to be an Associate Artist for Unison Colour.


SAA’s Paint Magazine -several articles published.

Artist & Illustrator -in co-operation with Unison Colour Ltd.

Cover Illustration for book - ‘In Search of Governor William Bradford’ by Sue Allen

Author’s portrait – book ‘The Mould of Time’ by Robin Dermot Horspool.

Who’s Who in Art.

Art & Archaeology -'Hanging Grimstone Community Arts Project ' byPauline Foster

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