Welcome to our Virtual ‘Art in the Waiting Room’ Gallery
Katie Hammond | 25th March – 2nd June 2021
CWT are excited to bring our ‘Art in the Waiting Room’ project to you online where you can now enjoy our current exhibition from the comfort of your home!
Not only does this opportunity promote our local artists, but it allows us to continue our fundraising in a new way with 25% of all sales supporting CWT.
Learn more about our Art in the Waiting Room project by listening to our Senior Administrator’s welcome message.
We hope you enjoy the latest exhibition!
How to purchase
1. Download Reservation Form
To reserve an artwork, download and complete the Online Reservation Form available here.
Artwork is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
2. Return Reservation Form
Return your reservation form by email to CWT: email@example.com
We will pass your request on to the artist.
3. Payment & Delivery
The artist will contact you directly to organise payment and delivery / collection of the artwork.
Depending on the artist’s availability and your location, it may be possible to collect directly from them. If collection is not available, there will be an additional postage cost.
Enjoy browsing the exhibition below. If you see something you’d like to purchase, just complete our Reservation Form!
25% of all sales will go to support CWT
Please note: CWT provide the online platform for exhibiting work and fundraising for the charity only. Payments will be processed by the artist with artwork also sent direct from the artist. Any issues relating to receiving the work are to be taken up with the artist directly. Work is available on a first come, first served basis and reservations must be done using the CWT reservation form.
Katie Hammond’s Online Gallery
All work below is available for sale on a first-come, first-served basis using our Reservation form.
Make sure you click on each image to view the full work of art and enjoy the wonderful detail and textures Katie has captured in her paintings – we hope you enjoy the exhibition!
From the Artist
I’m an artist based in Aberdeen and graduated from Gray’s School of Art in 2017. I love creating nature inspired paintings in my little garden studio.
Through layering encaustic wax, oils, resin and varnish, I hope to capture transitory moments within nature. There is a certain magic about looking out to the garden and watching as the shadows cast by flowers dance to the rhythm of the breeze, taking in the way the leaves glow when the sun catches them at just the right moment or watching dappled light coming through my studio window.
As an M.E. sufferer, I want to celebrate the therapeutic nature of painting. I hope that my work provides you with a sense of calm just as it does for me, holding onto the dream-like moments that nature brings to us.