Caroline waite





Winchester School Of Art – 1 Year Foundation Course

Cheltenham College Of Art – 3 Year Bachelor Of Arts

Degree In Fine Art Degree (Specializing In Printmaking)

Brighton Polytechnic – 1 Year Art Teaching Certificate



1996 – 2000 Lecturer Foundation Course

Specializing In Visual Design And Textiles

Northbrook College, Sussex

1994 – 1996 Lecturer In Visual Studies And Jewellery Design – North East Wales University

Lecturer In Textiles And Graphic Design

Telford College, Shropshire

1988 – 1994 Lecturer In General Art And Design

Newbury College Of Further Education

1982 – 1988 School Teacher Art And Design

Edgbarrow Secondary School, Berkshire


Exhibitions - Selected U.K. Exhibitions

The Arts Workshop – Newbury – 1994 solo show

Open Eye Gallery – Edinburgh

The Kilvert Gallery – Hay-on-wye

The Gallery In Cork Street – London

Interiors Home Collection – Geneva

Ruthin Gallery – North Wales

Bothy Gallery – Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Medici Gallery – London

Chelsea International Craft Fair – London

Prima Vera – Cambridge

Barn Galleries – Henley On Thames

Paper Passions – London

Battersea Contemporary Art Fair – London

1996.  Contributed To A Book On The International Craft Of Papier Mache


Exhibitions - Selected USA exhibitions

Continental Loft Gallery – Dallas

Forty Five Ten – Dallas

Haggerty Gallery, University Of Dallas “Fragments”

Invited Show of 4 women collage artists.

Dallas Museum Of Art – Invited contribution to Beaux Arts Ball Auction.

2520 Gallery – Dallassolo show “Treasure”2003

Craighead Green Gallery – “New Texas Talent” 2004


Rosalux Gallery – Minneapolis 2005 “Open Door”, International juried Exhibition

Touchstone Gallery – Washington D.C. “7th annual all media exhibition”

Galerie Hertz – solo show “Assemblages”


Carr+Waite Studios, “Christmas Matchbox Show”

Chapman Friedman Gallery, “Pillows Talk”

International Museum of Collage, Cuernavaca, Mexico – “Bakers Dozen”


Carr+Waite Studios, “Photo Biennial Louisville 2007”

Gallerie Zuger, Santa Fe NM, “Assistance Dogs of West Exhibition”

Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, “Visons and Voices”

Elk Creek Vineyards Gallery, Owenton, KY, “Gone Fishing”


Galerie Hertz, solo show “Curiouser and Curiouser – Interior Worlds”

Cressman Center, University of Lousiville, “ReSource”- Artists who use collecting to create or inspire their work

Chapman Friedman Gallery, “Jarring”


Abecedarian Gallery, Denver, Colorado.  National Juried Show of Assemblage and Collage, ‘Imagination Navigation’

Group Show, Galerie Hertz


Gallery Zipp, Glorietta, NM, ‘Clothesline Show’

Climate Gallery, Long Island, NY, ‘Re-fuse/Re-use’ , assemblage exhibition


Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, ‘Artist’s Collect’, installation

Galerie Hertz, ‘Triptych’, 3 woman, show

El Museo Cultural, Santa Fe NM, ‘Recycled Santa Fe Art Festival’, Juried Art Exhibit

Mill Fine Art, Canyon Rd. Santa Fe NM, ‘Small Works Group Show’ – juried show

A feature in the January 2011 Edition 8 of UPPERCASE Magazine.


‘Short Stories’ – Installation, A mixed media wall piece comprising 41 individual, hanging assemblages to be hung at the Frazier Rehab Hospital, Louisville.

Public Gallery, Louisville Visual Arts Association

Artebella Invitational – Group Show of selected artists.


Galerie Hertz – Louisville, KY – Collage and Assemblage, Group Show

Participation in the LVAA Open Studio Tour, November 2015

Currently working on an installation for KMAC (Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft) for inclusion in a Show for 2016.


Artist Select’, Cumberland Gallery- Nashville, TN- Saturday April 16th, 2016 -Saturday May 21, 2016.

‘Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter’, The Royal West England Academy, Bristol, United Kingdom.  Based on the work of author Angela Carter.  December 10th, 2016 – March 19th, 2017.

Two person show, Caroline Waite and Tom Pfannerstill – Galerie Hertz- November




I work in the field of mixed media sculpture, assemblage and installation. I often use repetition as a means of reinforcing an idea or as a way of highlighting subtle comparisons between forms and objects. The work usually starts with the found object – things which are collected for their mystery and potential to begin a narrative. Items often sit on the wall or on a shelf in my studio for long periods where I place one thing alongside another until I see a dialogue developing, a possible relationship which eventually leads to a story.

In recent years, I have included paintings as well as collage in to these assemblages because I wanted to have my own “hand” more directly in these works and to add another dimension to these structures, both physically and in a more personal sense. I am interested in the playful use of strange objects, in giving new life to them and in imbuing them with a sense of mystery and intrigue.

In addition, I like my work to pose questions rather than provide easy answers and to give the viewer a sense of discovery, recognition and wonder – the same emotions I feel when I am out hunting for new material and come across something which excites me.

I am interested in the idea of seeing an object through or behind another, the way we see the world, as a series of frames, glimpses and reflected thoughts.