Art by Caroline Burton - When You Know Where to Look
New Zealand Merino Wool and silk fibres, rayon thread.
Treated with Microseal for UV and stain protection.
The “Echoes” series explores aspects of the artist's past, that time has coalesced into a snapshot of sorts. Engineer by day and crafting housewife by night, the tension would often build until creativity provided an outlet.
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Caroline Burton is a fibre artist residing in New Zealand. She creates abstract contemporary artworks using the medium of felted wool and silk fibres, often with three-dimensional sculptural elements. Her work has a strong spiritual component, each piece being an expression of aspects of her faith and is inspired by natural forms.
A relative newcomer to the world of art, Caroline originally trained and worked as an engineer. Evidence of this previous training can be seen in some of her chosen subject matter: an obsession with geological forms and processes, for instance.
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