Catherine Hyde & Ingebjorg Smith at the Lighthouse Gallery

Moonlight Teal by Ingebjorg Smith

From the 15th to 30th November 2013, Lighthouse Gallery present an exhibition of new works by two exceptional painters whose works draw inspiration from the landscape and its wildlife.

The Bright Horizons by Catherine Hyde

Catherine Hyde trained in Fine Art Painting at Central School of Art, London. She is well known for her symbolic and richly atmospheric paintings of hares, stags, owls and fish whose journeys through her broad, glowing canvases bind the elements, seasons and beauty of the landscape together. Catherine recently illustrated Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy's original fairytale ‘The Princess’ Blankets’ and Saviour Pirotta’s ‘Firebird’ which were both nominated for the Kate Greenaway Award for distinguished illustration.

Ingebjorg Smith is a Masters graduate of the Glasgow School of Art and has worked as an illustrator for BBC Scotland, Gaelic Children's TV, Canongate Press and designed posters, sets and costumes for theatre productions Wildcat and Halaballoo. Painting from her studio amid the natural beauty of the Scottish Highlands, her mixed media collages of birds and animals have a thoroughly nostalgic and magical quality. Appealing in their naivety and characterful detail, her works have a sense of place and time beyond their subject.

For further information please contact:
Lighthouse Gallery, 54-55 Causewayhead, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2SS
Tel. 01736 350555
post@lighthouse-gallery.com
www.lighthouse-gallery.com

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