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Cath Riley
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Biography

With an eye to detail, Cath's pencil drawings have earned her many clients, as well as work in public and private collections, in England, America and Switzerland.

Her drawings have featured in many exhibitions, including 'The Gallery', Cork Street, London, The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition,The Discerning Eye, London.

Clients include: Nike, Adidas,The New York Times, Aston Martin, The Economist, G.Q. Magazine, The Gatsby Charitable Foundation, Nestle,The Bavarian State Opera, B.B.C. Focus Magazine, Easy Jet , FMX Magazine, Questor Pharmaceuticals, 5th 3rd Bank, Abelson Taylor, The Economic Review, The National Magazine,The Mail on Sunday Magazine, Women's Health Magazine, More Magazine, Runners World, Community Care Magazine, L.Q. Magazine and moreā€¦

Her 3-dimensional illustrations have twice won her awards from 'The Society of Dimensional Ilustrators' New York.

With an M.A. in Fine Art, Cath's main area of creative expression is making large scale 3-dimensional pieces, which have won her much acclaim both here and abroad. This work has been exhibited widely, and has featured in many books and periodicals. She has a piece in the Arts Council Collection, and has had work commissioned by Granada TV.

Exhibitions include 'Young Contemporaries' (London and Manchester), several 'Crafts Council' exhibitions, The V&A, The 'Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, M.A.F.A. Art gallery. The Sheila David Gallery, Dean Clough Galleries, The Piece Hall Gallery, The Peterloo Gallery. North West Arts, The John Hansard Gallery.