Beauty, womankind, nature, spirituality, and feminism are key themes that run through Katie’s practice.
Katie creates drawings as a representation of the Divine Feminine, an alternative or counterpart to current day patriarchal worship structures. Her work draws upon pagan symbolism, mythology and Goddess imagery.
A key part of Katie’s art practice is formed by creating artworks of the Yoni or Vulva. These artworks are an empowering celebration of the vulva, are highly sought after, and are held in private collections around the globe.
Katie creates Yoni portraits as a celebration of the Yoni. Relinquishing the impact of historical erasure and censorship, her work encourages women to own the beauty and magick of their vulvas. Free from repression, shame, judgment, erotic objectification and hyper sexualisation, she asks the viewer to ultimately see the Yoni as a portal of the Divine, a gateway between earth and spirit.
Within her technique, Katie uses watercolour, acrylic, and ink, to build up emotive, saturated layers of pigment and gradients of light. Seeking to explore and create an essence of the Divine sacred landscape within her artworks.