Caro Burberry MRSS
Caro Burberry is a contemporary sculptor living and working in Suffolk, having grown up in rural Buckinghamshire.
Caro casts in bronze and iron. She says, “My work is about intimate relationship with nature and landscape; it explores a sense of joined destiny and belonging between humans and the rest of the natural world.”
Caro discovered her love for creating sculpture in hot-poured metal while working collaboratively with fine art foundries and museums in the UK and USA. She says,
“I’m fascinated by the ritual of the pour, the transmutation of raw earthly matter into timeless form".
Caro received a classical training at The Frink School of Figurative Sculpture, where her mentors included Alan Thornhill and Peter Randall-Page RA.
Complementing her own studio practice, Caro has led specialist creative workshops for over 25 years and been a guest lecturer at De Montfort University.
Her first early success whilst she was still studying; with a life-size sculpture in bronze, called Emerging Woman which was purchased for St Michael’s Hospice near Hereford.
Since then her sculptures have been commissioned and exhibited worldwide. Notable commissions and exhibitions include:
Adam and Eve for University of Winchester 2018,
Out of Nature Sculpture Exhibition 2017 Herefordshire,
AAF Hampstead & Battersea London2016-2017,
Roots and Wings for Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum Indiana USA 2016-2017, Circle of Life for ‘Iron Tribe Exhibit 2017' New Mexico Highlands University Las Vegas USA, Ascension for Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum Indiana USA 2012, 'Iron Works' at Dudmaston Estate Shropshire 2010, 'Iron Works' Ironbridge International Cast Iron Art Exhibition Shropshire 2009, and Indiana Visionary for Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum Indiana USA 2009.
‘Legend’ won the Grand Prize Award for the international competition by Art Has No Borders, and is published in the iArtBook '101 Artworks featuring the Animal Kingdom', ‘Sanctuary’ won a place to be featured in the iArtBook '101 Abstract and Non-Figurative Artworks' (Art Has No Borders) and ‘Miraculous Stag’ was showcased in Hedge magazine's, 50th birthday issue (2018).
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