Kate Mieczkowska fine artist
An artist inspired by equestrian sports, the countryside, the people and their animals.
Installations that portray Christian spirituality.
Still life hyper-realistic painting
Interactive performative installations. Performance Art ‘open mike’ sessions with Stellar Mondays.
A life with horses
A lifelong participation in equestrian sports and observational drawing of horses has developed into the artwork we see today. Her paintings are confident in their brushwork denoting this now instinctive understanding of equine form and movement.
Recent achievements include, ‘Hunter’ being awarded The Ward Thomas prize for Fine Art at The National Open Art (NOA) Competition 2016 and subsequent exhibition at The Mercers Hall London. ‘Host’ at Winchester University and ‘Host’ and ‘Chalice’ at Winchester Cathedral as part of Reimagining the Treasures of Hyde Abbey 2011. Her work has featured on UK TV and in the UK national press whilst she was still at University and more recently in listings in Equestrio Magazine (issue 52) 2013, Country Life Jan 2013, Polo Times Jan 2013 and PQ (Polo Quarterly) Magazine Summer 2011. She has recently exhbited with The Osborne Studio Gallery in London and had shows at Tidworth, Vaux Park and Druids Lodge Polo Clubs in 2013.
Equestrian action paintings
‘…I use photographic images to create paintings that articulate the dynamic relationship between horses and their riders’