As the clocks go back
I love the clocks going back. The change in the length of the day marks the quieting of the land in the run-up to the shortest night. Some of my most intense memories of childhood are of my wonder at the changing of the seasons and the shifts from light to darkness, darkness to light.
In the last week, I have started cooking traditional hearty stews and soups. Today I will be lighting the candles in the window bay at 4.30: the wood burner will be lit and the house will fill with the scents of cooking, oak and apple crumble.
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Ten new paintings
There are 10 new tiny paintings in the Catherine Hyde Shop
Hares, owls and starling murmurations
Business card sized (2.5 x 3.5 inch): acrylic on plywood panel with copper or gold leaf.
I’m delighted to add this new print to the Catherine Hyde Shop
‘Under the crescent moon’ will be available in A2/A3 print and a small white box frame, perfect for gifting.
The original will be available in November.
I am working hard on my London solo The Silver Apples at Foss Fine Art London. The show opens on the 10th of November till the 28th.
Catherine Hyde’s highly anticipated solo show The Silver Apples of the Moon at the newly refurbished Foss Fine Art in Battersea opens on Saturday 10 November.
113b Northcote Road (entrance Wakehurst Road) London SW11 6PW
+ 44(0)207 738 0838
Private View Saturday 10th November : 12 noon – 5pm
Foss Fine Art is delighted to present this new collection of paintings by Catherine Hyde. The established artist is well known for her richly worked and atmospheric paintings and she has been described as ‘a visual poet weaving images, symbols and archetypes into paintings that resonate in the subconscious and linger there like half-remembered dreams’.
The theme of her new collection focuses on imagery drawn from the rivers and marshlands of Cornwall and from ‘The Song of Wandering Aengus’ by W. B. Yeats. These dreamlike paintings are quiet, suggesting stories: tree-lined river valleys filled with glimpses of hares, stags and owls and snow filled skies that thrill with the murmurations of starlings.