Surrealist painter, Caroline Walsh-Waring has developed her style over the years since Art School with further training in London and France. Inspired by the landscape she relates these images to the experiences of her life from growing up in Norfolk, working in London for 20 years, then living offshore and raising a family as an older mother.
She has always had a vivid imagination, choosing art as a way to express herself and relax from a young age. She uses this to describe visually what she sees beyond, a hill, tree, plant, sky, cloud, bird will all spark thoughts, memories, and visions of what might be, resulting in bright, bold, almost musical surrealist images discovering unlimited possibilities. Her work is spontaneous, she uses her mind to freely express what she feels and sees at that moment in time, filling her images with ideas led by her intuition.
She exhibits regularly in the South West, undertakes private commissions, and sells her original art, limited edition prints, ceramics, and cards from her website https://carolinewalsh-waring.com and beyond.