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colour prints (various - a small selection shown here)

printed on acid free Bockingford archival paper

all prints A3 approx (varies slightly by image format).

Signed by the artist.


email via contact form to enquire about specific images

Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes Project


Lucas Stephens + Morwenna Catt were commissioned to create a sculptural bird watching piece near Anderby in Lincolnshire.  The piece is now installed off the coastal path between Anderby Creek and Wolla Bank.

smanderby whole with shells
smanderby bird grass close up
smanderby hands metal

The Threads that Bind Us is a large scale embroidered textile hanging by Morwenna Catt and Lucas Stephens, commissioned by Bradford Council for City Hall to commemorate the Queens Jubilee in 2012.


The work is now permanently installed in the Banqueting Hall at City Hall and was unveiled in October 2013


The project was sponsored by Curtis Wool Direct Limited; the British Wool Marketing Board; the Worshipful Company of Woolmen; the Freemasons; James Hare Silks and Woolmark.



The Peeky Hole

The Threads That Bind Us...

threads that bind us01

Marking the 100 year anniversary of WWI, the theme of this exhibition is conflict.  The artists address issues that affect us all: in rural environments, conservation conflicts with the needs of agriculture and industry. The devastating effects of war have resulted in a global refugee crisis; conflict affects us personally, in relationships and families.  Artists from Syria, Sweden, Sri Lanka and the UK will be showing an exciting variety of media including ceramic, textiles, enamel, resin and film.  In association with designer Aileen Brindle of f.o.a.k (few of a kind collections), work by refugees supported by the UNHCR MADE51 programme will be available for sale.


ARTISTS: Conrad Atkinson, Sumi Perera, Paul Scott, Elizabeth Turrell, Mujahed Aljoud, Eva Mileusnic, Johanna Tornqvist, Laura Moreton Griffiths, Morwenna Catt, Matthew Day, Rhiannon Lewando, f.o.a.k, UNHCR Made51


The Old Courthouse, Shap, 8 - 19 Sept

The Forum, Barrow In Furness, 22 - 29 Sept

The Maritime Centre, Newbiggin by the Sea, 6 - 13 Oct

St Mary’s Church, Kirkby Lonsdale, 15 - 21 Oct

Bowlees Visitor Centre, Newbiggin in Teasdale, 3/4 and 10/11 Nov

The Witham, Barnard Castle, 13 - 21 Nov

St. Thomas Church Hall, Stanhope 23 - 25 Nov


See accompanying image for opening hours, workshops, demonstrations and talks.

Craft & Conflict

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A touring exhibition for Winter 2018

Craft and conflict poster
craft and conflicts flyer dates


6th October - 17 November 2018


An exhibition of textiles marking

100 years of womens suffrage:


Opening Times:  

Monday to Friday 9.30am - 5pm

(Closed Bank Holiday Mondays)

Saturday 9.30am - 4pm


Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre,

St. David’s Rd,



NP44 1PD



website send hammer embroidery suffragette wip 2

work in progres - Morwenna Catt

web New Year shaman creatures


web Queen Elizabeth on a lion rectangle
web vali myers illustration 1
mari lwyd rectangle
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