Royal College of Art (MA Communication Art & Design / 2007)
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Ship to SeaSize(HxWxD):29x42x0.5cm£85.00
Tree of HeartsSize(HxWxD):42x29x0.5cm£85.00
The Beach HutsSize(HxWxD):29x42x0.5cm£85.00
Carol Ann Duffy, The Words Of PoemsSize(HxWxD):42x29.7x0.1cm£85.00
So Many LegsSize(HxWxD):21x29.7x0.1cm£55.00
Carrie gained a first class degree in Illustration at The University of Brighton before continuing her studies at The Royal College of Art. As a 2007 post-graduate of the RCA, Carrie began working as an artist and illustrator. Carrie is a ‘rustic magpie’ and works either in collage; arranging her found aged papers, painted papers, drawings and print detail into a resolved composition or layering plenteous oil on canvas; allowing for high pigmentation and rich swathes of texture. Her recent paintings are best described as fields of colour that evoke beautiful vistas of both gentle and more dramatic effect. She has produced Illustrative works for The Guardian, Waitrose, BBC Radio Times, The Sunday Telegraph, Design Week, Aesthetica Magazine, Hodder & Stoughton and Weidenfeld & Nicolson among others.
Solo Exhibition ‘ Recent Works’ at The Barn House Ledbury 2011
‘Three Different Landscape Artists’ Malvern Theatre, 2010-2011
Solo Exhibition ‘Recent Works’ Dick Whittington’s House Gloucestershire, 2009
Group B**K Exhibition, The London Print Gallery, London, 2008
Junk Male, The Gallery BC, 2008
The Great Exhibition of 2007, The Royal College of Art, London, 2007
Work in Progress Show, The Royal College of Art, London, 2007
The Desmond Preston Drawing Prize, The Royal College of Art, London 2006
Oberon Exhibition, The Royal College of Art, London 2006
Solo Show, Tara Bryan Gallery London, 2006
Achievements & Awards
Finalist for The Aesthetica Annual Creative Works Competition 2009 Invitation to feature work on Adobe.com Design Centre Gallery 2008 Winner of The Big Idea Award for Inclusive Communication 2007 Second Prize for the Future Foundation Award for Inclusive