Land of Oak and Iron, Commission 2018 and 2019
Cathy has been commissioned by Differentia on behalf of The Land and Oak and Iron to produce a series of Linocut prints which will be used as signage to inform the public about the history and points of interest of the sites selected in the River Derwent and River Tyne Valleys within the boundaries of The Land of Oak and Iron. The signs are to be erected on site in the summer of 2019. She was also commissioned to illustrate the cover of a book published by The Land of Oak and Iron called Men of Iron by M W Flynn
Shepherds Dene, Riding Mill . Spring and Summer 2015
Cathy was one of a group of four artists who spent the whole of the spring and summer drawing and painting the Walled Garden at Shepherds Dene Retreat House near Riding Mill. She was inspired by the Apple trees in the garden and made linocuts of these and exhibited them at Shepherds Dene from November 2015 and February 2016.
Much Ado about Nothing , demi-paradise productions at Lancaster Castle
Production 28th February -24th March 2012
Kim Lewis and Cathy Duncan together with George Coupe were invited to be Artists in Residence, by demi-paradise productions at Lancaster Castle, as they rehearsed and performed Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing . Exhibitions of the subsequent works, sketches and the linocuts based on them by Cathy , photographs of the production by George Coupe and photographs and drawings by Kim Lewis have been held at The Dukes Theatre , Lancaster and Theatre by the Lake, Keswick. The next display will be at The Queen's Hall, Hexham in May 2014.