Caroline Douglas received her BFA in Ceramics at the University of North Carolina and has worked with clay for over 40 years. Currently, her figurative sculptures are evocations of a dream world.
Her inspiration comes from mythology, fairy tales, dreams, and the antics of animals and children. Her work appears in several publications, including Ceramics: Art and Perception, Lark Books, The Shambhala Sun, and Better Homes and Gardens. Her work is in the National Museum for Women in the Arts and other private collections.
Douglas was part of BMoCA’s Fall 2018 exhibition, Worlds Suspended in Reality, which included three revelatory exhibitions by artists Caroline Douglas, Frank Sampson, and Patricia Bramsen. Douglas’ Caravan of Dreams: A Healer’s Path used dreamlike imagery to create a singular environment in which to capture over one hundred clay creatures being transported or transporting wheeled vehicles on a long journey.
Image courtesy of the artist.
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