Kate Douglas

Halfway Down The Hill

The Day After

Beneath The Pines

Hard Day’s Work



Saturday Afternoon

Friday Evening

News From Afar



Born 1971 Sydney, NSW, lives and works in Ipswich, QLD

Solo Exhibitions:

2024 Remnants of the Past Redcliffe Art Gallery, (February – April 24)
2023 Remnants of the Past Logan Art Gallery, (December 23 – January 24)
2023 Remnants of the Past Ipswich Art Gallery, (July – September 23)
2018 Entanglement Ipswich Art Gallery

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2022 John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery
2017 Beautiful One Day, Fruit Salad the Next! Judith Wright Centre of
2017 Contemporary Arts, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
2017 Fractured, Ipswich Community Gallery (Winner, People’s Choice)
2017 Status: Unknown, Jugglers Art Space, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
2016 Inception, Ipswich Community Gallery
2014 Art with Benefits, Kurilpa Hall, West End, Brisbane
2013 Homegrown, Ipswich Community Gallery

Awards and Grants:

2022 Finalist, John Leslie Art Prize
2022 Finalist, Whitsundays Art Prize
2022, 2021 Highly Commended, Ipswich Art Awards
2021 Regional Arts Development Fund Grant
2020 BEMAC Creative Booster Grant
2018, 2017 Finalist, Moreton Bay Region Art Awards


Ipswich Art Gallery
Queensland Health
Private collections throughout Australia


Kate Douglas creates highly detailed paintings of how she sees the world. She is known for her labour-intensive artworks with unique compositions and viewpoints. Intimate glimpses of nature and reminders of bygone days are recurring subjects, reflecting her focus on environment and preservation.

Kate has exhibited throughout Australia at venues including the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, Redcliffe Art Gallery and Gippsland Art Gallery. Kate has been a finalist in many Australian art prizes and her artwork features in several public collections including Queensland Health and Ipswich Art Gallery.

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