Cath Dunn is a painter/printmaker inspired by land use and the rural and urban landscape. Fascinated by natural forms and a sense of place – rocks, trees, the lie of the land – Cath’s primary interest lies in arrangement, abstraction and stylization. Using the patterns, curves and rhythms of the land she seeks to capture the spirit and her feelings for specific places. Colour, either vivid or subtle, perhaps influenced by living in Africa for many years, remains central to her work. Line is also important though not explicit, often created by the juxtaposition of contrasting colours and tones. Cath works in a variety of materials with an emphasis on water-based and mixed media on paper. These she uses in unusual ways, in blocks of colour to build an image based on the rhythms of dance and music she find in the landscape.