Catharine Marr-Johnson

Studied in London Chelsea following a classical training with an emphasis on anatomy and figurative work; she then took a course in bronze casting at the Sir John Cass School. She became a member of the Society of Portrait Sculptors with whom she shows annually in Cork Street, London. She organises the SPS Friends events and has lectured in the National Portrait Gallery. She has become a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. She completed 2 public sculptures for Wandsworth Council (Swans on Battersea Bridge Thames Path) and for the Metropolitan Drinking Fountain Association (Peter Pan Fountain for Great Ormond Street Hospital) and frequently works to commission specialising in children, adult and animal portraiture. She enjoys making large garden sculptures, including figures, fountains, and sundials, working from her studio in the Black Mountains of South Wales and regularly exhibits. The most recent project is a figure of Puck for the Living Willow theatre, Powys. She recently become Vice Chair of Arts Alive in Crickhowell, Powys. 2009

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