Cathy Tabbakh is a London based painter with a passion for the mesmerising power of colour. She has been exhibited in both London and her native France, and holds degrees in Fashion Textile; major in Textile Design and minor in Fine Art (2011) and Art History and Archaeology (2017) - both in Lyon. Tabbakh’s work collides imaginary forms with existing landscapes through the use of both architectural and botanical elements. Her compositions incorporate a hint of surrealism, as to alter presumed proportion, and a saturated colour palette to punctuate emotive mood. Tabbakh’s artworks show her desire to surround herself with green spaces combined with her love for contemporary interior design. In 2017, Tabbakh had her first solo show at L’Espace André Malraux in région Lyonnaise where she is from originally. In 2018, she was included in a group show at theprintspace, London. That same year, Tabbakh collaborated with Art on a Postcard, a charity organisation raising funds for the Hepatitis C foundation, which took place at The Other Art Fair, in Victoria House. In 2019, Tabbakh took part in another charity auction which raised funds for Reprive, a charity focussing on Human rights protections. This partnership continues via Planar Editions, an online design store selling prints in benefit for Reprieve, of which Tabbak’s work is included. Last summer, Tabbakh was included in Delphian Gallery’s first ever summer exhibition, part of a group show over six weeks.