Caroline Walsh-Waring is a contemporary surreal artist with a studio at home in Frome, Somerset.

Her work is colourful, surreal, fun, unusual, fluid, in fact full of multiple syllable adjectives.  Her aim and hope is that the onlooker enjoys it, with any luck, enough to buy it.  That way she can continue to spend her time creating the paintings and ceramics she loves.

She has created all her life and since moving to the South West has been able to create and explore the unusual, imaginative images that fill her mind, using oil painting, watercolours, ink and ceramics as her mediums.

Enjoy perusing these pages, find out more about what makes Caroline tick. Take a look at her Portfolio & Exhibitions pages to see if you are inspired enough to visit her at one of the many events or exhibitions she takes part in.  Please feel free to Contact her with your questions.

She looks forward, very much, to meeting you.

New Gallery in Radstock, Somerset.

Open until April 2020 with ever changing work and guest artists each month. I’m usually stewarding on Thursday and Saturday mornings if you would like to meet me.

See https://oldbakeryartists.co.uk for details.

4 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Zena foreman said:

    Dear Caroline
    Your work is just beautiful and amazing. I feel so proud to have known you. The years have gone by so fast but you seem to have stayed younger than even and beautiful.
    Congratulations on you wonderful success and lovely family.
    All the very best
    Zena x

    • Oh Zena what lovely things to say. Sadly I am much older close up! But life has been very good to me, and everything I do is influenced by the many friends I have made over the years among which you are very much counted. It has been an absolute pleasure to know you. We are so luck to have social media so we can keep in touch if but tentatively. All the very best to you and yours for 2020. Caroline

  2. Hi Caroline,
    I bought one of your beautiful ceramic “plates” for Marian, also my wife, as another Christmas present, as we both thought it was so lovely.
    It was from the Radstock “gallery”. The gallery has totally transformed the Radstock Co-op.
    Many thanks

    • Dear Les, I am so glad you liked the plate h. I find I become strangely attached to the work I create so it is lovely to know it has gone to a good and appreciative home. Happily the gallery will be continuing until April now, we have this week moved things around, brought in a guest artist and many of us have brought in new work, so do keep coming! Thank you for getting in touch, it is much appreciated.
      All the best, Caroline

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