This selection of stunning artworks from award-winning artist and illustrator Catherine Hyde plays on the vibrancy of imagination, using rich color and fantastical aspects to create a series of engrossing and unique pieces. Catherine describes her art as "exploring the places between definable moments: the meeting points between land and water, earth and sky...between dream and consciousness." A practical item as well as decorative, this calendar contains space for notes each day, is hole punched for display, and comes shrink-wrapped with a backing board.
Catherine Hyde is an award-winning artist and illustrator based in Cornwall. She studied painting at the Central School of Art in London, and has been exhibiting for over thirty years. Her illustration work includes an interpretation of Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy's fairytale The Princess' Blankets (Templar Publishing), winner of the English Association's Best Illustrated Book for KS2 in 2009, Firebird by Saviour Pirotta (Templar), which was awarded an Aesop Accolade by the American Folklore Society in 2010, and Little Evie in the Wild Wood by Jackie Morris (Frances Lincoln), a lyrical retelling of the Red Riding Hood fairy tale. Her first solo authored and illustrated book, The Star Tree, was published by Frances Lincoln in 2016 and nominated for the 2017 Kate Greenaway Award. Catherine describes her art as "exploring the places between definable moments: the meeting points between land and water, earth and sky...between dream and consciousness."