Maker's Details - Sharp, Caroline

Caroline’s work uses natural materials and is strongly influenced by natural form, containment and movement. Materials used include: stone, clay, chalk, willow, poplar, birch, hazel, and dogwood stems, leaves and wood.

Category: Sculpture
Working as both a landscape architect and sculptor throughout the UK, Caroline makes small scale pieces as well as undertaking residencies and commissions for site-specific installations in which the importance of form and context are paramount. Commissions have included two installations along the Wessex Ridgeway; “Union” an installation within a young woodland; “Fallen Apples” an installation within a community orchard as part of the Creative Footsteps Project along the Wessex Ridgeway; an installation created specifically for the frontage of the new Crafts Study Centre building at the Surrey Arts Institute and “Shoot/Wave” an installation at Dorset County Hospital as part of the Arts in Hospital Programme. Recent exhibitions have included the Urban Field exhibition at Contemporary Applied Arts in London; the touring Met Office exhibition “Elemental Insight”; and “Get Fresh2”. Her work has become a medium for an interaction with nature, which is deeply personal.


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