“Connections is what interests me. How we find ways to relate whatever background, circumstances and experiences we have been through. Courage to step out of comfort zones of
fashions. Finding those passages through, however hard, but trying to keep travelling to more understanding with an open heart. So as to encourage more informed and compassionate ideas in our
Caroline has been a working artist all her life since she first exhibited age eleven in Harrods, London, through a competition judged by Augustus John.
After a false start in fashion in the 60s, a period where she sold her handmade silk batik scarves at Libertys and exported to Hong Kong, she rekindled her true identity of multimedia artist.
Caroline has exhibited widely all her life through solo and group shows internationally, but also collaborating extensively with other artists and art forms especially with professional dancers,
and as a textile designer for performing arts. Throughout her life she has also been involved in community arts and ‘Artist in Schools’ projects, believing passionately how important arts is, in
all its forms, for society and what insanity it is now to cut it in schools.
She has spent a great deal of time in Asia, especially China where she had a large solo exhibition in XYZ Gallery Beijing. She loves to interact fully with all cultures and loves all their
enormous variety in London. This reflects across her wide range of work.