Caroline Perkins begins her work with a line or a splatter on the canvas, which leads to her innermost self, allowing memories and emotions to unravel onto the surface as a trace. This starts an abstraction of figuration with emotion and memory. Perkins creates her own mythology using the endless possibilities of thoughts and feelings wrapped up and threaded through with intertextuality, spirituality, and experiences. She creates her own language through drawing, and creating an autography. Each drawing or painting is a poem or a message of love to someone who resides in her heart as a jewel.
Perkins' work is deeply personal and reflects her own experiences and emotions. Her use of color and texture adds depth and dimension to her pieces, while her unique approach to abstraction allows for a wide range of interpretation.
After completing her undergraduate studies with first-class honors in Fine Art at Winchester School of Art in 2019, Perkins was recognized for her work and was awarded the Colarts Bursary in 2021 and a QEST scholarship in 2022, which supported her with her studies at the Royal College of Art.
Currently, Perkins is ending her studies for her MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art, where she has been free to push herself to explore the endless possibilities of thoughts and feelings through her work.
Caroline Perkins completed her undergraduate studies and achieved First-class honors in Fine Art at Winchester School of Art 2019
Caroline Perkins was awarded the Colarts Bursary ( 2021)
Caroline Perkins was awarded a QEST scholarship (2022)
2021 - 2023 MA Painting, Royal College of Art
2017 - 2020 BA first degree from Winchester School of Art
2022 QEST scholarship
2021 Colarts Bursary