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caroline waterlow

Caroline's drawings and sculptures reflect structure, giving a sense of form and line, and distilled intensity. This is a result of long study and practice of serious life drawing. This essential artist's skill underpins all her observation and creativity, and transmits to the vital nature of the work. For Caroline, the body is a vessel for movement. This has influenced much of her work, and prompted her to find ways to challenge the perception of form through the use of both drawing and sculpture mediums, such as charcoal or lazer cut sheet steel.

Osprey and Caroline

Caroline Waterlow with Osprey

Christ and the Fool
Christ and the Fool - Sketch



National Certificate for Dance Movement Therapy, Bristol


Canterbury College of Art

1970 -1971

Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brooks)

1969 -1970

Sir John Cass, British School in Florence



Graphics and Prosigns Prize, Bath Society of Artists


People's Prize, Bath Society of Artists


Merit Prize, Millfield Open Art Competition, 3rd Prize Bath and West


Highly Commended, School House Gallery Open, Bath


1st Prize Art Fest, Fishguard


Year Sponsorship from Dring & Williams, Stonemasons, Bath

Mixed Exhibitions


Millfield Summer Show, Society of Wildlife Artists, The Brook Gallery, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, Pecorama, Beer, Devon, ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, RWA Autumn Show, Bristol


Quest Gallery, Bath

Solo Exhibitions


The Swans Dance, Bishops Palace, Wells, The Nativity, Bishops Palace, Wells, Recent Work, Widcombe Studios, Bath


Drawing & Sculpture, Widcombe Studios, Bath

Commissioned work: Private and Public Commissions include -

Pecorama Gardens, Beer, Devon.
The William Pelly Gallery, Lyme Regis, Dorset.
Tremayne Applied Arts, St Ives, Cornwall.
The Court
Gallery, Nether Stowey, Somerset.

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