With a strong sense of colour and graphic form, Caroline Walls is a visual artist who creates work with a skilled and fluid approach to aesthetics. Caroline’s creative practice has crossed continents to New York and London where she has divided her time between working in large-scale creative agencies and furthering her art practise. Upon returning to Melbourne, Caroline has established herself as an art director and artist in her Carlton North studio.
Caroline’s work explores the movement and contours of the female figure by reducing the body to its most essential form in order to heighten its expressive power. Though her print works demand strong use of colour, often working with subtle tone on tones, Caroline strips back the very same in her paintings so as not to lose the detail or gesture of her strokes. She works intuitively on the human form and is interested in the fluidity of the body, intimacy and the construction and complexity of the female identity.