Specialisation: Watercolours - Ethnic portraits
Kitty was born in Belize (formerly British Honduras) in 1939. She attended
St Catherine's Academy, Belize, from age 5 to 16 years, where she first
and she obtained a distinction in Art in the Cambridge Overseas Certificate
Examinations. From age 18 to 21 she studied music and art at Mount Mary
College, Milwaukee, USA and subsequently at the Institute of European
Studies and the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
Kitty has been married to Bruce for 47 years and they have 5 children and 12
grandchildren. The early years of her marriage were spent bringing up 5
and moving around the UK and overseas with her husband, who was in the RAF.
As a consequence her opportunities to develope her artistic talents were
They moved to Rutland in 1985 and have lived in Oakham since May 1986.
Kitty was an active member of Oakham Art Group for 15 years and remains an
Honorary Member of the Group. She joined the Guild of Fine Artists in April
She has exhibited at various venues in Oakham and Stamford. Kitty has
completed many private commissions and her work includes designing the cover
for the book "Time in Rutland" and painting a large muriel of "Saxon
Villagers" in Oakham Museum
Kitty's main specialisatio is painting ethnic portraits in watercolours but
she is equally at home in oils, guach, pastels and karisma crayons.