About Caroline Walker
Caroline A. Walker is an artist whose primary focus is on landscape painting in oil, and she paints both plein air and in the studio. She is a student at the Silvermine Arts Center, in New Canaan, CT, where she has taken classes over the past thirty years. She also serves on the organizing committee for Art Show: Bedford and exhibits in their annual juried show. In 2016 she won the Art Show: Bedford prize for Best Painting in Show, and received an Honorable mention in 2018. She exhibits regularly at the Artists Association of Nantucket, where she received the juror’s selection Award in 2018, the Juror’s Gold Medallion Award in 2019, the Frank swift chase award in 2019, and was named Plein Air Artist of the Year in 2019. In 2015 she was a featured new artist at the Sosebee Gallery on Nantucket.
She Describes her inspiration and artistic process as follows: “As a landscape painter, I draw most of my inspiration from the natural world and try to capture the beauty I find in nature. I then enhance this beauty through the use of thoughtful composition, editing out of non-essential details, dramatization of darks and lights, and color enhancement achieved through the juxtaposition of complementary colors. Rather than merely copying what I see, I attempt to add an element of poetry and personal expression to my perceptions of the world. Throughout the process I am primarily attentive to the nuances of the ambient atmosphere and to the unique effect that light has upon the landscape I am depicting.”