Kathryn Parsons

British Artist, Kathryn Parsons

I create artworks that explore human relationships with place and nature.

The materials and techniques vary depending on the story to be told. My work is intricate and handmade - from miniature plinths of unfired porcelain that speak of the impact of gravel extraction, to moth sculptures that tell of amateur naturalists, collection and protection.

I have exhibited at The Victoria and Albert Museum and National Centre for Craft & Design. I have created site-inspired artworks for Burghley House, University of Leicester, John Clare Trust, and Derby Museum’s porcelain gallery.

Currently Artist in Residence with Langdyke Countryside Trust, I also love to run creative workshops; nurturing people's creativity while inspiring deeper connections with the natural world.