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  Kay Mullen has lives in Epsom, Surrey for most of her life.  She has worked as an artist since the age of 19, starting as an heraldic artist and an engraver, and worked on fine art commissions in her spare time. She became a self taught professional painter, aged 27.

  Short Courses            

A variety of short courses on a wide variety of topics, Drawing, Coloured Pencil  and Free choice sessions, Simple backgrounds,

Painting Skies, Silk painting, Broad and Loose!

  One Day Workshops Doodle days!! New next summer .

Beginner, Intermediate    and Advanced Courses  Beginners water colour and mixed media,   Intermediate water colour and mixed media,   and Painter workshops (advanced level) modules, various

    Kay Mullen has worked in most painting media over  the years, and although she favours water colour and mixed media painting, she has recently been painting on silk and using  artists coloured pencils. She enjoys  sharing her extensive knowledge and skills  with her students, in her classes in Epsom, Surrey  Page; Art Courses           

On line courses to come,

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     Kay Mullen has since become an award winning, published artist and was invited to join three major art societies; The Society of Women Artists, the society of Botanical Artists and the Royal Society of Miniature Painters.   

      She was invited to work  for  the Medici publishing company  and others. Kay’s work has  been published  in books, as  cards, calendars and gift items.

      Kay Mullen has exhibited her  work at Westminster Central  Halls, The Mall, Alexander Llewlyn and Medici galleries in London and local galleries in Surrey.

      Her work is held in  many private collections in the UK and overseas, and her achievements have also earned Kay a place in “Who’s Who in Art”.

       Kay Mullen attended college where she gained her teaching qualification in 1997, which led to the formation of her art school in Epsom, Surrey.