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Contact Details

Studio: 39 Kavanaghs Road, Brentwood, Essex, UK, CM14 4NB. View in Google Maps
Telephone: +44 (0)1277 229604
Mobile: 07754835028
Email:
Web-site: www.carolewindham.com
Availability: My studio is located at home, please phone first.
Joined on: 2007-08-10
Last Updated: 2011-07-01

Current Work

Current Work

Contemporary sculptures linked historically with Staffordshire flatbacks and spiritually to Pop Art.

Current Work Available from:
My own studio.

I am available as a visiting lecturer to Colleges, Universities and small Institutions. I can give personal guidance to individual students, lead modelling workshops and lecture on the development of ceramic sculpture as well as my own work.

Tate Britain: Carole is showing as part of the "Rude Britannia" exhibition at London's Tate Britain from June 6 until 5 September 2010. Here is a YouTube video clip of her work.

 

Technical Information

Technical Information

Hand built figurative sculptures, fired to earthenware temperature.
Decorated with oxides, underglazes and enamels, glazed with lead glaze.

Background History

Background History

Education:
1998-00 - M.A. Royal College of Art, London
1970-71 - Certificate in Education, Manchester Polytechnic
1967-70 - Dip A D (BA Hons) Ceramics, Stoke on Trent College of Art
1965-67 - Foundation in Art and Design, Southport College of Art, Merseyside

Teaching Posts:
2003 - Visiting Lecturer, Loughborough University
2002 - Visiting Lecturer, Falmouth College of Art
2002 - Visiting Lecturer, Camberwell College of Art
1987 - Lecturer in Ceramics, Havering College of Further and Higher Education
1983-84 - Assistant Specialist, Guest of Robert Arneson, TB9 Ceramics Studio, University of California at Davis, USA
1974-81 - Lecturer in Ceramics, Southport College of Art, Merseyside

Selected Exhibitions:
2007 - Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
2007 - Guest Exhibitor at International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth.
2006 - Ceramic Art London. RCA
2005 - Islington Art and Design Fair, London
2005 - CAL 2005, Royal College of Art
2004 - Ceramics in the City, Geffrye Museum
2002 - Solo Exhibition, Audrey St Gallery, London. Opened by Sir Christopher Frayling, Rector Royal College of Art
2002-03 - Ceramic Contemporaries 4, UK. Group
2002 - New Faces, Craft Council Shop, Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
2001 - Sothebys New York, "The Unexpected". Group
2001 - Barrett Marsden Gallery London. Group
2000 - Craft Potters Shop London. Group
2000/01 - Camden Arts Centre, London. Group
1997 - CCA Galleries, Bath. Solo
1990 - Michaelson and Orient Gallery, Portobello Rd, London, Group
1985 - Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, California, USA. Group
1984 - Crocker Kingsley Open Exhibition, Prizewinner, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, USA. Group
1983 - Contemporary Ceramics, Prizewinner, Laguna Beach Museum of Modern Art, California, USA.
1982 - British Craft Centre, London. Group

Awards and Conferences:
2007 - Demonstrator and Lecturer at International Ceramics Festival at Aberystwyth.
2005 - Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts
2003 - CC4 Conference, Collins Gallery, Guest Speaker
2001 - Crafts Council Setting Up Award
1981 - North West Arts Award Winner
1980 - Merseyside Arts Award Winner

Publications:
2005 - Featured in Ceramic Review, Issue 213, May/June
2003 - Review in Ceramic Review by Alison Britton
2002 - Featured in Craft Council Annual Report
2002 - Article by Nicholas Wapshott, London Times
2001 - Featured in Art and Auctions Magazine, New York
2001 Featured in August Tatler Magazine, "The RC A-Team"
2000/01 - Interview in Crafts Magazine
2000 - Arts Review
1997 - Featured in Large Scale Ceramics, Jim Robison, A&C Black, London
1997 - Artists Newsletter Magazine, Jan/Feb. "Talking to the Clay"
1996 - Ceramic Review "On the Edge",May/June Interviewing Robert Arneson

Work Styles

Work Styles

Handbuilt
Figurative