Ophelia Redpath (1965- present, British)

Ophelia Redpath, photoOphelia Redpath (1965- present, British) has always been interested in art. Born into a family of painters, Redpath attended and completed an Art Foundation Course at CCAT, Cambridge in 1984. 

In 1986, after holding many exhibitions at Cambridge Colleges and other galleries, Redpath held her first exhibition at the Benslow Music Festival.  Since then she has continuously held numerous exhibitions all over the U.K.

Over time her compositions have evolved from just being abstract and decorative to more genre specific scenes where people and animals are portrayed with vivid oil and pastel colors.  

Her works are available from several galleries and are also printed on stationery.

 

 

Artist and his Models, Ophelia Redpath

Artist and his Models

 

 

Mother Love, Ophelia Redpath

Mother Love

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath (British, 20th Century) Ginger Cat on a Wall

Ginger Cat on a Wall

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Cat in a Planter

Cat in a Planter

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Cat Ladies

Cat Ladies

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Lounging Cat

Lounging Cat

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Man and Cat (2)

Man and Cat (2)

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Man and Cat

Man and Cat

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Moonlight watercolour

Moonlight

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Morning Papers

Morning Papers

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Naive Cat Art

Naive Cat Art

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, Two Cats on a Chest of Drawers

Two Cats on a Chest of Drawers

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, White Cats

White Cats

 

 

 

Ophelia Redpath, White Mischief

White Mischief

 

 

 

The Art Hunters, Ophelia Redpath

The Art Hunters

 

 

 

Topper and Tea, Ophelia Redpath

Topper and Tea

 

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