About Katherine Jones

”….the nub of what drives Katherine’s work. The importance of protection in all its different forms and the disintegration that occurs when something enters a state of vulnerability.” Fiona Robinson RWA on The Precious Hours 2018

Katherine Jones is a British printmaker and painter. Her work revolves around a of perceptions of safety and danger focusing on ordinary objects, spaces and buildings as a framework to begin to question these nebulous themes. Her approach to the work, which combines traditional forms of intaglio and relief print, is direct and painterly.
Her work is held in public collections worldwide including the V&A prints and drawings collection, The Ashmolium Museum, Yale University Library and the House of Lords.


Denton’s Art Prize at Dentons Law firm, London curated by Niamh White and Tim A Shaw – runs until May 2019. Shortlisted artists: Liz Elton, Hannah Luxton, Katherine Jones, Nada Elkalaawy, Hannah Brown, Gilda Jabbari, Liqing Tan, Tom Waring, Phoebe Corker Marin, Zhuoxiong Wulin, Agata Bara, Ben Edmunds

Print Rebels: Hayden, Whistler, Palmer and the origins of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers The School of Art Museum and Galleries, Aberystwyth, Wales 18th Feb – 13th May 2019

RE Original Prints Bankside Gallery, London. A selection of prints from members of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers. until 1st June 2019

Printfest 7 2019 May 1-11th Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery TN13 1LQ and Algarden Gallery, Sweden from 17th – 22nd September 2019