Kate Broadfoot is an artist/teacher/author, who has forty years of experience in sharing her knowledge with those wanting to learn how to paint Australian landscapes.
Her repertoire spans a wide range of subject matter, from seascapes, bush scenes and still lifes to the city and urban landscape.
As well as painting in acrylic and oil mediums (including water-soluble oils), Kate is a proficient watercolour artist.
After all the hard work and toil of life, taking a few minutes or hours to paint a scene is such a luxury. How lucky to have reached this time, when I can choose to do what I love most, be totally immersed
in a location, to absorb the flocks of birds, insects suiciding in my paint, the sounds of the place, to decide where and how I want to create this painting. See the whirring of the brain, as I decide masses of issues when applying paint to board, once the view is selected... will this great mental exercise be enough to keep dementia at bay?
Latest trip was to Griffith, a great view of the canal on a glorious clear day...what a treat!