Monday, 14 December 2015

Featured Artist Caroline Evans

For today's feature, we spoke to artist and illustrator Caroline Evans and this is what she told us:

As a lover of all fauna and flora, my work is a celebration of Nature’s beauty and all that she offers. I am an award-winning artist and illustrator who works in three specific genres – abstracts, fantasy and realism.
Contemplating His Fate

All my work is original, including my Abstracts where I have used my own photographs of flowers and leaves taken from my garden or original artwork and digitally manipulated them to produce the finished pieces. 
Facing My Fears
While some of my work carries definitive ‘messages’, all are created primarily to captivate and uplift my audience through an eclectic mix of strong colours, shapes, lines and imagery. I strive to encourage people to use their imagination and find a connection to my art by entering their own world of beauty and colour. My more intricate Fantasy work encompasses a lot of hidden elements, all of which can be interpreted differently depending on the viewer. 
Summer Celebration - Nocturne
I produce my artwork intuitively – by that, I mean that I do not visualise the finished picture but allow it to evolve as I go along. This also extends to the type of medium I use on my originals and I will often combine more than one. If the fancy takes me on the day, I will add further embellishments such as beads, semi-precious stones, metal leaf or even some fairy dust... 
The Beauty Behind The Mask
I am a member of the Association of Illustrators (UK), the UK Coloured Pencil Society and a resident Gallery Artist at Nude Tin Can Gallery, St Albans, England.

One of the pure joys of being an artist is to end up with a piece of art that ‘works’ – not only is it extraordinarily uplifting, but it’s also fun! Thank you for looking through my artwork and welcome to my world...

You can view Caroline's work on her website:

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