Caroline is a natural maker – whether it’s mixing the perfect alloy, designing small objects, or creating large-scale sculpture.
Her work embodies contrast, inspired by both the frenetic activity found on slick city streets as much as the tranquil landscapes of ocean, rock and forest found around her home in Squamish, BC. As a multi-faceted artist, she finds balance – and beauty – within geometry, physics, and the techniques of a practised craftswoman to build unique, one-of-a-kind handmade pieces that capture the eye as much as the imagination.
Her desire to see and experience beauty has carried her around the world. A perpetual student of life, Caroline has apprenticed as a silversmith in Uruguay, earned a three-year diploma in Jewelry and Small Object Design in the Kootenays, studied coppersmithing in Santa Clara del Cobre in Mexico and holds a degree from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She teaches private workshops from her studio in Squamish, BC. and is a part time instructor in the Jewellery Department at Vancouver Community College. Caroline’s best role, is the mom of two girls.