Karin Moorhouse – Artist


Karin Moorhouse – Artist

Original work; Portrait commissions
Drawing, painting and printmaking classes

Karin Moorhouse, The Blue Scarf (detail)

Karin has exhibited many times at The Mall Galleries in London and has been part of mixed shows at Pallant House and Oxmarket Galleries in Chichester, Dragon and Kevis House Galleries in Petworth and has been a regular participant in the annual Arundel and Brighton Festivals and Gallery Trails.

Her work is in several private collections around the world and she has run painting workshops in Mallorca, Italy and France. Over the years she has taught in several art colleges and in September 2020 she took a further leap as she moved into her new studio at The Mill Studios, Arundel where she will teach drawing, painting and printmaking and offer Artists’ Talks and Master Class Workshops with visiting tutors. This will now be known as Moorhouse Art @ The Mill.

Karin Moorhouse, Col Tom

Here is a lockdown message from Karin:
“Well here we are in a New Year and a new lockdown. This wasn’t what we planned at all and so with regret but for everyone’s safety all courses at The Mill are put on hold for now with a review at half term this Spring Term.
If we are able to reopen then we will and as we are so flexible with our time we can make up any missed weeks so all is not lost. I recommend that you contact me directly with any questions and particularly if you would like to sign up for any of the classes.
Despite the holdup we are getting booked up! Visit www.Moorhouse-art.com for further information.

Karin Moorhouse, Ruby in Brighton

In the meantime I am still open as usual for portrait commissions. If you are interested in commissioning me please contact me through my website www.karinmoorhouseart.com where you can also see my latest paintings for sale.
Stay safe and keep well and I very much look forward to welcoming you very soon at The Mill. Many thanks and my very best wishes, Karin.”

Karin Moorhouse, recent commission

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