Carolyn Quartermaine

Bloom cyanotype by Carolyn Quartermaine

“You know that place between sleep and awake, the place where you can still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you. That’s where I’ll be waiting.”
J.M. Barrie – Peter Pan

For us, Carolyn perfectly evokes the sense of other-worldliness that Barrie hints at in these words. Her beautifully evocative, photographic studies of flowers, gardens and buildings, have an enchanted quality that adds to their mystery. For her photography is the very essence of story-telling, capturing the emotion and uniqueness of a moment in time. Her career as an artist encompasses many disciplines, but there are unifying themes throughout, in particular her deep knowledge and love of history, literature and philosophy. Like the rarest and most beautiful of butterflies, she refuses to be pinned down.

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Sepia Roses 5 by Carolyn Quartermaine

Sepia Roses 5

Sepia Roses 6 by Carolyn Quartermaine

Sepia Roses 6

Floating Roses by Carolyn Quartermaine

Floating Roses

The Chateau Stairs by Carolyn Quartermaine

The Chateau Stairs

Blossom Tree Giverny by Carolyn Quartermaine

Blossom Tree Giverny

Carolyn Quartermaine

A graduate in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art, Carolyn Quartermaine is a tour de force whose paintings, photography, decoupage, hand-printed and hand-painted silks, scenography and interior installations have found legions of admirers across the globe. Her work has been seen in the most exclusive and prestigious locations, including Sketch London, La Colombe d’Or, Baccarat, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Connolly, Seibu Japan, Joseph, Pierre Gagnaire, Fortnum & Mason and Givenchy Couture. She has been a contributing editor for leading, international magazines, was visiting Professor and lecturer at the Royal College of Art, and Designer of the Year at Maison et Objets in Paris. Exhibitions include the Venice Biennale; the Musée Fragonard de la Peinture, France; Chelsea Art Museum, NYC; the Museum of Modern Art, Ostend; the National Art Museum, Beijing; the Musée de la Toile de Jouy, France; Chateau de Gudanes, France; Chateau de Beloeil, Belgium; Museum Apricale, Italy, and the Pearl Lam Gallery, Shanghai.
Carolyn currently resides between London, Provence and Venice.

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