Caroline Marshall: Now

Aug 19, 2010 - Sep 12, 2010

Caroline works with palette knives to apply oil paint mixed with cold wax giving her work a sculptural look. Her recent move to a small island near Kingston has effected her art: "It's barren in winter. January's cold, gray, white and black forms, cracking ice flows on the St. Lawrence, hard-packed snow on paths, the stillness ... areas of intensity beside space. Life changes dramatically in May and June. Movement creeps onto the island. It is amazing and constant. Air currents control the many moods of the St. Lawrence, its forested shore and living things."

Her recent work has been influenced more by nature than architecture. The end result implies something familiar, but undefined.

  • Bluebird
  • Cave
  • East to West
  • Sandstone Structure
  • Limestone Greystone
  • Edo Garden
  • Elan
  • Jette
  • Kite Dance
  • Learning to Fly
  • Pete's Moss
  • Ocean Wings
  • Wired
  • Inuit Dream
  • Stages