Cate Inglis

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About the artist - Cate Inglis

Winner of the Open Eye Gallery Prize at the SSA exhibition in 2014, Cate Inglis debuted her solo show in February 2016 which explored the transience of urban structures and the relentless process of growth and change.

Cate Inglis is a Scottish contemporary painter whose work focuses on the transient nature of the built environment. Often depicting derelict and industrial subjects, her detailed paintings explore the cumulative layers of human habitation, use and disuse.

Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art, Inglis has been awarded the Royal Glasgow Institute Armour Award for Landscape Painting of Distinction (2013); the Scottish Society of Artists Open Eye Gallery Exhibition Prize (2014); the Paisley Art Institute Art Hire Framing Prize and Glasgow Art Club Leiper Fine Art Prize (2015); the Royal Glasgow Institute City of Glasgow College Purchase Prize (2016) and the Paisley Art Institute James BS Curr Award (2017). Exhibiting regularly throughout the UK, Inglis currently lives and works in the West End of Glasgow. 

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