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Kate’s ‘Beachcombers, Sea Gift’ Painting Featured in Haven Magazine April 2022
 
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Sweeping views and striking artworks form the backbone of a sleek new Titirangi build – inspired by two unforgettable works of art.
 
“ A large painting by artist Kate Williamson of Dunedin’s mudflats also inspired the colour scheme.
‘I was in Dunedin for work and spotted this piece,’ says Kirsten. ‘It looks exactly like the mudflats outside our window at low tide.’ ”

“Extinction” WAS PUBLISHED IN THE DARK MOUNTAIN #19 EDITION CALLED requiem.


New Spring Collection Dark Mountain: Issue 17 features cover art ‘Violet Storm’ by Kate Williamson

“Forests Lights” WAS PUBLISHED IN THE DARK MOUNTAIN #16 EDITION CALLED REFUGE.

The Autumn 2019 issue is a tenth anniversary collection celebrating a decade of uncivilised writing and art.

Art review by James Dignan published in Art Seen: June 7, 2018, Otago Daily Times for the exhibition “Origin: A Visual Journey to the Source”.


“Breath One; Atmosphere” was published in the Dark Mountain #13 edition called BEING HUMAN. Out April 2018.


“Soft Rain” (Emotional Landscapes Series) was published in the U.K Dark Mountain Project 2016 book issue #9 THE HUMBLING


“Green Fusion: The Real World Series”, Kate Williamson (Moray Gallery) exhibition review by James Dignan. Otago Daily Times, Artseen: July 20 2017.


Kate’s environmental painting Breath One: Atmosphere is featured in “10 Earth Conscious Artists we Love – Canvas a blog by Saatchi Art.


Saatchi Art App Promotion Page, featuring screenshots of Kate’s work “Breath One: Atmosphere”.



Saatchi Art Best of 2013

Kate’s National Bonspiel painting was selected into the top ten works in an international Saatchi Online art competition judged by internationally acclaimed artist Ged Quinn. To view the Finalists for the Back to Nature showdown click here.