Catherine Pain (British, b. 1963)
Catherine Pain has drawn and painted all her life and her delicate watercolours are primarily concerned with depictions of flora and fauna. She is a cartoonist for The Open University (currently Society Matters and formerly Open House publications.) in 2004, a solo exhibition of her work as held in Cambridge Central Library. In 2001 she designed and produced alphabet postcards which were sold in The Lawson Gallery, Cambridge. In 1990 she designed and produced two alphabet teaching posters: one upper case and one lower case. All 4,000 were sold in Cambridge. In 1990 she Illustrated a recipe booklet for Anglesey Abbey, Cambridge which was sold in aid of The National Trust.