When the coronavirus pandemic hit, Kitty found herself locked down at the home studio she created in the Dales village of Arncliffe. It provided a peaceful haven amidst the chaotic news that unfolded.
All of a sudden, paintings filled with tourists milling around Arncliffe’s Village Green drawn by the magic of James Herriot and Emmerdale, were replaced with locals contemplating their isolation, alongside the sheep and cattle that inhabit the Dales.
Meet up with Yorkshire in Chelsea. Lose yourself in the wilds of Littondale, with rolling hills and winding rivers, whilst a calm prevails in the Wharfedale villages of Burnsall and Grassington, and around the iconic Priory at Bolton Abbey.
There is space in all our hearts for a little wilderness and the glorious escapism that only art can bring. What better time to immerse yourself in Kitty’s work.
ALL PAINTINGS GREAT AND SMALL contrasts city and countryside in oil, acrylic and watercolour. Alongside her lockdown paintings of Yorkshire, Kitty has continued with her depictions of Chelsea, her home from home.
The exhibition is showing Thursday 29th October to Sunday 8th November 2020 at 340 King’s Road London, SW3 5UZ (near Bluebird) Open 10am-6pm including weekends. For further information, images or interviews with Kitty North, please contact email@example.com / 07894 797300
NEW WORK BY KITTY NORTH AT 340 KINGS ROAD, LONDON SW3