This year’s North Bristol Art Trail takes place on the weekend of 25th/26th November.

This year I will be showing originals at Venue 44, which is not at my own home gallery this year but up the road and around the corner at 54, Chesterfield Road.

I will be showing again with Sarah Cowper and  Laura Cramer. You are very welcome to visit us at Venue 44 to peruse, enjoy and or buy our work. We will be having prints, cards and the Bristol Impressions Calendar available too. We are open on Friday 24th evening 7–9pm for a cordial mulled wine and an early start for the exhibition.

Further framed and mounted examples of my prints are available at Artemis, Venue 13.

For more information and a map of locations, see the North Bristol Artists website.



Snowy City has been profiled in the Bristol magazine this month.

I am hoping to have completed a new Bristol Night Commission that I will exhibit at the Exhibition.



Severn Beach line is a new painting from this spring, a frosty morning along the line. Its sister painting is just being completed in time for the Trail, another across Ashley Vale on that same frosty morning.


Bristol Impressions Calendar



The 2018 Bristol Impressions Calendar will be on sale at Trail prices for the weekend.

£10 each or two for £18

I am ‘January Girl’ and my painting is of a frosty morning looking east along the Severn Beach Line from Ashley Hill Bridge.

If you wish to purchase we can take cards, cheques or cash.

If you are away at the Trail weekend, I will be making other time available by appointment so please contact me on cathread@blueyonder.co.uk


Greeting Cards

Green Pebble Card publishers are producing and distributing a range of my paintings both nationally and internationally - apparently my very English images are popular in Australia! Do check out the cards, now numbering 25+ at www.greenpebble.co.uk

I still sell cards through the Gloucester Rd Post Office and Romantica.


Art on the Platform

This is such a good position for my images and I have lots of lovely feedback and also sales from people passing through Bristol. Do look up for more information about the art on Temple Meads Platforms at www.bristol247.com



Art in Hospitals

I am one of the many artists whose artwork is being hung at the new Southmead Hospital and at Cossham Hospital in Bristol. It is lovely to have feedback from people that they enjoyed the work and hope that it helps when people may be worried or suffering.