An exhibition of sculptures, paintings and prints exploring connections both within and between the works. Many of the individual works explore the ways in which people connect with each other. Human connection is so important. “The Embrace” (pictured) captures this precious feeling. The figures have no features as they are not supposed to represent particular individuals. Rather, they are universal figures, depicting the feelings and emotions that we all experience, through gesture and body language. Human beings are all the same, regardless of religion, colour or gender.
The sculptures, paintings and prints often inspire and influence one another, and these connections are also explored. Much of Caroline’s two-dimensional work will be exhibited alongside her three dimensional work for the first time at this exhibition, enabling us to explore their connections and influence.
About the artist
Caroline Russell is a local artist based in Stanmore. She is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors and has been a professional artist and sculptor since 1993. This exhibition celebrates 30 years of creativity.
Caroline graduated from Leeds University and studied sculpture privately under Patricia Finch FRSS. She works with materials including clay, plaster, stone, jesmonite, bronze jesmonite, bronze resin and foundry bronze. The small pieces are often used as starting points for larger works, and Caroline is also happy to work to commission.
Her sculpture is inspired by the work of Henry Moore, Picasso and African carvings, and from the sheer enjoyment of doing work that she loves. The work has been shown in galleries including Belgravia Gallery and the Limehouse Gallery, and at exhibitions including the Chelsea Art Fair.
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