Welcome to the art . . .

Catrin Williams has exhibited her art widely since the late 1980s. Brought up on a hill-farm near Bala, she has lived near the sea at Pwllheli since 1996. Welshness - or rather the experience of living in Wales - is an obvious theme in Catrin Williams’ work, she has embodied the Welsh dresser, clothes, faces and family customs in her work. Family and homely themes have also developed into studies of the tourist imagery of Wales such as the dreaded cliché-ridden tea-towels. Recent landscape works echo her early paintings of the Berwyn mountains but it's the coastline and the sea around the Llŷn Peninsula which are the inspiration.


the work . . .

Catrin has held workshops for school children of all ages throughout Wales as well as for specific projects in Shropshire, England and Glasgow, Scotland. Various special needs groups have also taken part in her workshops - some as weekly sessions at dedicated centres and others as artist-in-residence projects, one memorable project was for the National History Museum at St Fagans.


and the website.

This website presents an overview of Catrin's personal work and her workshops as well as information for anyone interested in delving deeper into her art.

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