Born in Milton Keynes, September 1983. Kathryn now lives in the West Country, in Bath, with her husband, Byron Culf, and their son Noah. Coming from a family of artists, Kathryn has followed family tradition, and her own dream of becoming a professional artist.
Kathryn's most known and popular piece of work is The Father's Heart, completed in 2007, which took two years to paint, and now hangs on a wall in Bath City Church, England. The piece has become very popular, especially around Europe, and many prints have been sold worldwide.
"I have been painting and selling my work for many years and as with most Artists, it took me a while to discover my own unique style. It wasn't until 2008, when I moved to Bath, that I found a particular style that I liked". Kathryn's work is recognisable by their bold bright colours, and illustrative style.
"My faith is the biggest inspiration for my artwork and many of my illustrative paintings have a significant meaning, often to do with the heart."
"I also find much inspiration from the coastlines of Cornwall and Devon. I love painting the illustrative quirky harbour scenes, inspired by these areas. But as well as the playful harbour scenes, I cannot resist painting the more dramatic seascapes as well".
Kathryn's main medium is Oil Paint on canvas, although much of her earlier work was done in Acrylic.
Kathryn is a Professional member of the SAA (The Society For All Artists), where her latest work can also be found on their website. She is also a member of Bath Open Studios and her work can be viewed during the Open Houses Art Trails throughout the year.