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Polka Dancing
30 January 2022 – 20 March 2022
Oriel Plas Glyn-y-Weddw, Llanbedrog, Gwynedd

Solo exhibition of new work – oil paintings, pastel and charcoal drawings, mixed-media textile and stitch works


40+1 Bangor Art Foundation
22 January 2022 – 2 April 2022
Storiel, Bangor, Gwynedd

Exhibition to celebrate the Bangor Art Foundation course’s anniversary which shows the works of over 40 past students


Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff

Work exhibited in the Gallery Artists shows



and kind words.

The best abstract artist in Wales.
Sir Kyffin Williams - April 2003

Much of the painting that is seen in Wales follows well tried formulae - glowering clouds, jagged rock faces, a few cottages and a farmer with his dog. It is refreshing to see an artist creating her own very personal language. Her success in embedding stitchery in painted surfaces, acknowledges the tradition of women’s work whilst abandoning its restrictions. For these works are a celebratory explosion of colour and positive energy that reflect Catrin’s identity and personality.
Mary Lloyd Jones - May 2007

For her, the land is a place to be worked, to give succour, to animate, to offer a means of living, to be shared by the community. The concept of landscape so heartily embraced by generations of romantic painters does not enter into her language.
Tamara Krikorian - 1999

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