Recent Election as a Royal Academician. Read more about the RA here: Royal Academy Website

Katherine is curating a retrospective exhibition of paintings by Marion Jones’ 1952-2021 at Brixton Library Gallery, 7th – 23rd of June 2022

Open library hours Mon 1pm – 8pm. Tues 10am – 8pm, Weds 10am – 6pm,  Thurs 10am – 8pm, Fri 10am – 6pm, Sat 9am – 5pm, Sun 12pm – 5pm Private view 9th June 5-8pm The library is next to the Ritzy Cinema, 3 minutes from Brixton tube



‘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 contemporary British artist working in a combination of painting and traditional printmaking techniques. Her work revolves around perceptions of safety and danger, focusing on ordinary objects, spaces and buildings as a framework to begin to question these themes.
Public collections include the V&A prints and drawings collection, The Ashmolean Museum, Yale University Library and the House of Lords.


Recent contributions to books, periodicals and podcasts:

– The printmaking section of The Artist’s Manual book by Rob Pepper is written by Katherine Jones with help from artists Danielle Creenaune, Lucy Bainbridge and others recently published by DK.

– Album artwork for Interiors by band Ultramarine

Oscillations Random Spectacular publication by St Judes and Blackford Hill Audio

Hello Print Friend podcast episode 111 interviewed by the brilliant Miranda K. Metcalf, edited and put together by Timothy A. Pauszek.

 Talking Art recorded artist’s talk with West Yorkshire Print Workshop