War Horse Triptich

War Horse Series






Caroline Bond’s new series of cast bronze sculptures are called  “War Horses”, the horses echo the emotional position of the many people who find themselves…

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Artist Statement

Artist Statement






The source for my sculptural forms really started as a process of personal investigation, discovery and a very personal journey. I feel myself at the…

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Sketches/Pre-Vis

Sketches/Pre-Vis






There is something so peaceful and intimate about simply sitting and drawing. Giving yourself the time and finding the place or point in space where…

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Inspiration






Stones, bones and puddles – I watch everything -people sitting quietly on a bench not chatting and not interacting. As I approach a person begging…

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Explorations

Explorations






The raw, deep, physicality of manipulating materials in their ever-changing state. Clay, Plaster and Wax respond instantaneously to push, prod, pour, drip, splatter, cut. The…

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Ceramic Triptisch

The Process






From inception to the final completed piece, each stage of the Lost Wax Casting process invigorates me. The smell of melting wax, which consistency I…

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The Studio

The Studio






This is so not custom built but has evolved around me. I will work anywhere and everywhere, particularly when and where the light is just…

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