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The Big Jump - an original watercolour inspired by the wildlife of South and Central America, on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
An original watercolour inspired by the enchanting wildlife in India, on handmade rag paper, framed.
I was lucky enough to travel to Kanha in India, the place where Rudyard Kipling was inspired to write his 'Just So stories'. We were up at dawn to spot tigers, monkeys, leopards in their natural habitat. Even so, I couldn't help imagining a scene when the humans go home and the animals come out to take back their jungle...
Lost in China - an original watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
As the title suggests, this painting is based on a detailed depiction of the wildlife in China which takes the viewer into a slightly surreal and dreamlike world with pandas, playful monkeys, peonies and golden pheasants.
Sleeping Leopards, Hidden Rhino original, watercolour on paper, framed.
This is a playful piece based on the magic, majestic and elusive creatures that are increasingly difficult to find in the wilderness of Africa.
The rhino hiding here is becoming significantly more endangered as a result of loss of habitat and hunting. This painting gives the viewer a rare glimpse of a particularly fascinating creature.
(Currently exhibited with Panter and Hall, Pall Mall)
Original watercolour by Kate Morgan (RI)
90 cm x 90 cm
The Big Stretch is inspired by the wildlife of South and Central America. This giant watercolour encapsulates the dream of life in the wild. Although inspired by the natural world, this painting quickly morphes from the recognisable to the dreamlike in this playful and bright compostition, transporting the viewer into the known unknown.
Sumatra - an original watercolour on heavyweight rag paper, framed.
Inspired by India, this painting shows dense and beautiful foliage, a curious tiger swimming through sparkling water and an inquisitive hornbill staring back at the viewer looking at him!
Inspired by the wonders that can be found in Australia's wild, where reality meets a dreamlike setting, rich and abundant in beauty and an ecosystem that is allowed to thrive.