Catherine Lalevée is an illustrator and painter. Born in Germany and growing up in France, Catherine has called Cambridge, UK home for over 15 years. Catherine Lalevée studied Textiles at Cambridge Regional College before attending the Cambridge School of Art in 2010. She graduated with a 2:1 in Fine Art in 2013. Her practice moved through textiles, photography, collage and film before experimenting with paint in 2013. Her current work is primarily focused on illustration and collage with subjects ranging from feminism to spirituality and raising mental health awareness. Catherine uses of several different mediums in her work, including oil paint, watercolor, acrylic paint and collage.
Following 10 years of group art shows, including one in New Zealand in 2015, Catherine had her first solo exhibition in September 2017 at the Alliance Française of Cambridge.
Since graduating from the Cambridge School of Art in 2013, Catherine has sold her work for private collections in the USA, France, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa – these include her degree show paintings.
Her recent oil paintings are heavily influenced by Kandinsky and O’Keeffe; they aim to capture the beauty of color through stillness and play. Although her paintings, collages and illustrations may first appear disconnected, Catherine’s passion for colour and composition ties them all together.
Catherine sells a range of her art prints, cards and paintings online. As well as being a practicing Fine Artist, Catherine Lalevée is open to commissions, both professional and personal. Her work is available on a sliding scale.
To keep up to date with Catherine’s work you can find her on Instagram and Facebook.
2010 – 2013 // B.A (Hons) Fine Art // Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University
2007 – 2009 // National Diploma – Art and Design // Cambridge Regional College
“Paintings & Illustrations”, Solo exhibition, Alliance Française de Cambridge, Cambridge
“Anatomy”, Group exhibition, Matchbox Studios, Cuba Street, Wellington New Zealand
“a Muse – Degree Show”, Group Show, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
”Heterotopia (Part Two)”, Group Show, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
”Simpatico”, Group Show, SixOneSix Gallery, King Street, Cambridge
“Restricted”, Group Show, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
“Frame & Set” Group Show, Changing Spaces @ Grafton Centre, Cambridge
“vision.arts.collective”, Group Show, Changing Spaces @ 38 regent street, Cambridge
”Out of this world”, Group Show, The Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge
“Fragmented”, Group Show, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
“Twentyfour” Group Show, Jesus lane, Cambridge