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Selected Artist in Derwent Art Prize 2020
Selected Artist in ING Discerning Eye 2018 and 2019
Selected artist in ING Discerning Eye 2020
Selected Artist in 168th Annual Open RWA Bristol
Selected Artist in South West Academy of fine and applied arts.
BA(Hons) Fine Art Embroidery
Based in her studio in the Cotswold hills, her work is exhibited throughout the UK. Carole trained in Fine Art Embroidery at Manchester Polytechnic, and exhibited with the 62 Group of Textile Artists for several years. She is a member of the Fosseway Group of Artists and the Cheltenham Group of Artists. Carole exhibited in Derwent Art Prize 2020, the ING Discerning Eye 2019 and 2018, and RWA Annual Open Exhibitions since 2011. Solo Show of drawing and textiles, Prema, Uley. Autumn 2019. A favourite place to talk to her patrons and the public is as the regular Artist in Residence at Nature in Art, Gloucester. Contributor to the Cheltenham Christian Arts Festival. Prizewinner with Cheltenham Christian Arts Festival. Prizewinner with Timeless Textiles Gallery, Australia. Cheltenham Open Studios is a biannual event and will next be held in 2021.
Carole Bury is a professional Artist working with Drawings and Paper Textiles. Carole works fluidly across and between textiles and drawing reflecting her love and passion with the created world around her. Carole’s monochrome drawings emerge as a dialogue with the landscape, a dialogue in which she deepens her relationship with the land and finds its essence, referring regularly to repeated imagery. Through this deep relationship her mark making is pared down to an essential structure and language that sings. From this essence, Carole designs and crafts paper textiles, using embroidery and constructional techniques, which have a beauty, depth and quietness of their own. The physical act of making is slow and thoughtful and in contrast to the energy of the groundwork that is in their origin.
Artworks by Carole Bury