carol peace love remains
CAROL PEACE

Carol Peace Sculptor information :

Both Fairfax Galleries hold sculpture by Carol Peace. The Fairfax Gallery has represented Carol for over 15 years and hold works in Bronze and Bronze Resin examples are detailed below. Sculptor Carol studied at the Winchester School of Art 1989 – 92.

Carol has exhibited in successful solo exhibitions with has been represented at major London and International art fairs with the Fairfax Gallery as one of Carol Peace’s longest-standing galleries.

Carol’s sculpture specialises in the human form and expressive movement; working in both bronze and stone resin, she often imparts a tactile texture to her playful characters.

Carol Peace Solo Exhibition Fairfax Gallery Tunbridge Wells 8th – 22nd May 2021

The Exhibition will feature over 30 works of sculpture for the home and garden. The show will take place over both floors of the Fairfax Gallery and feature paintings and drawings by Carol.

Preview Exhibition images below

Click the images below for further information or please email enquiries to contact@fairfaxgallery.com or telephone 01892 525 525.

 

 

Solo Exhibition 2021:

Many of the new sculptures are about being here, appreciating here, ‘I Have it Here’, ‘Here’, ‘Place’, ‘Reflected’. Others are offering a thank you for what we have ‘For the Birds’.

In all, there is tenderness combined with strength, particularly ‘Come Along Girls’ and ‘In my Hands’ and of course the sculptures are, and remain to be about love, the romantic ‘There you Are’ and family love in ‘Bang’. The first sculpture from last year, the one that got me back on my feet again, back in the studio, is ‘Love Remains’, on that we can rely. – Carol Peace 2021

Carol Peace says of her sculpture:

My work has always been concerned with human form and I have always used clay. The pace of the sculpture is defined by the texture. Rough textures and lines emulate rhythms of movement while detailed work creates a feeling of stillness and intimacy.

It is the clay that I love, but I also like the idea of changing something so fluid and fragile into something that will last forever. I cast work into bronze or iron resin and the patina, often dark in the low-lights and light on the highlights, can help define the form.

My inspiration is from everyday life in occurrences, feelings; the way people behave and react towards one another. I realised rather naively and embarrassingly recently that my feelings, aspirations and desires and in fact the same as everyone’s and that it is themselves that they relate to in my work.’  – Carol Peace.

Carol has had solo exhibitions with the Fairfax Gallery in Tunbridge Wells as well as art fairs in Hong Kong & Singapore.