Catherine Wynne-Paton is a practicing visual artist whose work is informed by an interest in text resonant with particular places and people and is creator of The Lost Library which has appeared at The National Eisteddfod of Wales, Fringe Arts Bath, Deptford X Fringe, The Wrexham Open and MainSpring Arts. Wynne-Paton studied Fine Art at Hereford College of Arts, received the Meadow Arts graduate prize, was the first Print Shed artist in residence and received PEAK micro commission for new work.
She is a founding director of Framework Herefordshire, set up in 2014 to support emerging artists through exhibitions, talks and opportunities for skills development. She has curated graduate exhibitions PaperFields in London and Hay-on-Wye. She sat on the Jury for the Hidden Gems grant scheme, delivered by Herefordshire’s a Great Place that brings together the arts, heritage, rural communities and the creative use of digital technology. She has an enduring interest in curating the work of, supporting and creating networks for artists working in rural and remote areas, which led into creating an archive of conversations she has with artists in written and videos formats.
CV & Education
2011-2014 BA (Hons) Fine Art, Hereford College of Art
Exhibitions and live-art appearances
INSCRIBE at T R A N S P A R E N C Y group exhibition at ASC Unit 3 Projects, London.
What price at Madley Car Boot Sale, Madley.
Lost library at Deptford X Fringe, London.
Lost library at Fringe Arts Bath, Bath.
Should we have stayed at home exhibition, Hereford
Lost Library, National Eisteddfod of Wales, Abergavenny.
#portrait:TACHBROOK, at Tachbrook market, London.
Solo show at The Print Shed, Madley.
Framework Herefordshire Magna Carta Banner Exhibition, Apple Store Gallery, Hereford.
PaperFields, The Globe at Hay, Hay-on-Wye.
PaperFields, RK Burt Gallery, London.
Coffee Art Project, The Truman Brewery, London.
w0budong Group exhibition, Piccadilly Place, Manchester.
2016 Creative Network Mini Fund
2014 Meadow Arts Graduate Award.
2014 The Print Shed Artist in residence.