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.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew : Handmade at Kew
October 06, 2016 to October 09, 2016
Hand built figurative sculptures, fired to earthenware temperature.
Decorated with oxides, underglazes and enamels, glazed with lead glaze.
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
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
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
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