Caroline Younger's practice is rooted where she lives, a peninsula on the West Coast
of Scotland, a landscape of rock and water, wind, tide and cloud. Caroline studied
sculpture, but currently makes mono-prints (one-off prints).
She has developed a vocabulary of shapes from the observation of natural forms.
Repeating, re-arranging, favouring an intuitive response over exact resemblance.
The layering of marks and textures speaks of the ways in which memory and
landscape overlay and interweave.
Caroline has been part of the point and place artists' collective for the last
fifteen years. Their most recent production is a memory game, obtainable
Caroline Younger has degrees in English from Oxford, Social Anthropology
from UCL, and Fine Art (Sculpture) from Kingston.