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Caroline Hanna

The influences for my sculptures are drawn from my experiences in rural environments. Originally from regional Central Coast NSW, I spent many years overseas in a rural environment and returned to a small farm in Bethanga, Victoria. The adventures and people I have met living in these areas are reflected in my artistic practice.


My sculptures are inspired by natural landscapes and an intrigue with discarded and decaying things that have been overlooked or objects in op shops and markets; treasures that have been abandoned. I see a story, pleasing shape, or a decorative texture in them. I like to bring them back to life in another form to view with fresh eyes to create lyrical and elusive figurative works, which create a small sketch of women, women’s work and women's humour.



Bachelor of Visual Art, Charles Sturt University, Albury

Diploma of Fine Art, Riverina TAFE

Certificate of Ceramics and Printmaking, Riverina TAFE


Trinity Anglican College, Regional Art Award, Recipient 2017

Trinity Anglican College, Regional Artist Award, Highly Commended 2018

Albury Art Prize, Exhibitor
Creator’s Gallery, Numerous Group Exhibitions

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