Entries by cathy

The Heysen wood relief prints

Sabi Designs – Karen Judd & Cathy Gray We are beyond excited to release this A M A Z I N G piece.  The Heysen10 original pulled prints1520 x 1300 slightly larger when framed.6 months ago we were given permission to take a slice of this magnificent tree. Planted in the 1870’s the family would have had […]

Primary and Seconary School art class

Primary Years Mandala Workshop Years 2 to 7 1.5 hour workshop per class $5.00 per child www.cathygrayinkwork.com.au inkwork@adam.com.au 0413382291 Police clearance/RAN-EC Cert 3 PART LESSON 1. Introduction to the mandala (it’s history, examples in nature & uses for wellbeing) 2. Creating the mandala (tools & technique) 3. Reflection and discussion Links to the Australian Curriculum YEAR […]

Cathy Gray Ink Work & Roaming Zen Yoga Retreats

Cathy Gray Ink Work & Roaming Zen Yoga Retreats Just recently I teamed up with Roaming Zen Yoga Retreat at Jura House I spent a wonderful few hours teaching this group how to create their own mandalas. As our worlds become faster and busier every day, we are growing aware of the importance of slowing […]

Instagram, yes Im an addict

Instagram Are you an Instagram addict? Instagram is my favourite social media platform.  I love the visual Instagram offers and Im not the only one with 1.6 billion likes and 40 million photo’s posted daily its becoming a hugely popular platform.  I am sure I spend far too much time clicking away but I love the interaction […]

Interview with This is Radelaide.

Please go over and check out my interview with Radelaide by Brittany Evins. With SALA festival on our doorstep, there are many artists who have been preparing their work for exhibiting. One of these talented and passionate beings is Cathy Gray, who explains Adelaide’s art scene as “one of the most supportive cities to be exhibiting […]

Why Black and White

I am often asked “why black and white? why not colour?” For me it’s the simplicity of black and white.  In all of the complexity of my art, restricting the colour palate to black and white brings with it a certain stillness. While a coloured palate enables you to glance at a picture and see the colours, black and white forces you to […]