Carole King

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Joined Artfinder: Dec. 2013

Artworks for sale: 96

(13)

United Kingdom

About Carole King

 
 
  • Biography

    Carole works as a painter, printmaker and bookbinder

    Collagraphs, relief prints and silkscreen printmaking processes are used: combining text, diagrams, maps and figurative images with folklore and traditional symbolism to create a moment in time or a ‘sense of place’. Ideas are initially developed through background research in conjunction with close physical and visual examination of objects in the landscape.

    Realistic paintings and drawings, use saturated colours, exaggerated scale or unusual viewpoints to emphasize specific traits: these ideas and compositions may be used later in more abstract pieces but also exist as finished pieces in their own right.


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  • Education

    1999 - 2004

    Surrey Institute of Art and Design

  • Upcoming Events

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    Previous events

    Event: By Myself

    Dates: June 18, 2018 - June 23, 2018

    Venue: The Corn Exchange Gallery, The Guildhall, Aberteifi, Ceredigion, SA43 1JL, Wales, UK

    Exhibition of paintings, original artists prints, hand stitched and bound books and tunnel books
    Open 10-5 pm everyday
    Work to purchase

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Education

1999 - 2004

Surrey Institute of Art and Design


There are no upcoming events

Show previous eventsHide previous events

Previous events

Event: By Myself

Dates: June 18, 2018 - June 23, 2018

Venue: The Corn Exchange Gallery, The Guildhall, Aberteifi, Ceredigion, SA43 1JL, Wales, UK

Exhibition of paintings, original artists prints, hand stitched and bound books and tunnel books
Open 10-5 pm everyday
Work to purchase


 

Biography

Carole works as a painter, printmaker and bookbinder

Collagraphs, relief prints and silkscreen printmaking processes are used: combining text, diagrams, maps and figurative images with folklore and traditional symbolism to create a moment in time or a ‘sense of place’. Ideas are initially developed through background research in conjunction with close physical and visual examination of objects in the landscape.

Realistic paintings and drawings, use saturated colours, exaggerated scale or unusual viewpoints to emphasize specific traits: these ideas and compositions may be used later in more abstract pieces but also exist as finished pieces in their own right.


 
 
 
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