Kate’s work is inspired by her strong attachment to animals, plants and wild or beautiful places in nature; including time spent, over the past five years, as an artist in residence at Tremenheere. This time has given Kate ‘insights into the secret life of the gardens’, as well as furthered her strong feelings surrounding the Buddhist concept of ‘interbeing’ and the belief that any diminishment to the natural world diminishes us all, themes that are explored in this exhibition. Notes in the Garden runs at Tremenheere Gallery, 7th September – 2nd October.
Free event, no need to book.
Image: Infant as hairy seed