Carole Waller studied painting and describes herself as a painter - although her canvas is usually silk and on the move - She makes painted clothes and scarves at her studio just outside Bath. She also makes large scale paintings on unstretched cloth - which behave like tapestries but in a fine fabric, to hang against the wall. She also works with glass to make freestanding glass panels encapsulating the painted cloth - and the laminated glass can be used for freestanding sculptures - for windows , balustrades , doors and wall panels anywhere inside or out.
The resin used is UV resistant so the panels can be successfully located outdoors and bring colour to outdoor spaces all year round. You may remember the first pieces as he created for Westonbirt Arboretum near Tetbury - and her latest installation can be found in the Health Suite at No15 Gt Pulteney Street in Bath, where it is used as windows to bring colour and light into the rooms whilst camouflaging the view from outside in.
Her work has been exhibited internationally for many years and can be found in the V&A Textile collection amongst other museums.
Contact Carole to see, buy and commission her work at the studios at One Two Five Box Road, Bath, BA17LR on 07803 033629.