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Fireplace by Carol Tyler CAROL TYLER 2 Mill Fosse, The Bridge, Hawes, North Yorkshire DL8 3QF Telephone - 01969 667 227 email - email@example.com Born in County Durham, Carol started her formal art education in the Midlands in the 1980s at Kidderminster and Wolverhampton. Her BA was followed by an MA at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. Following all this studying she settled down to develop her own visual language. "The unifying aspect throughout all my work is the love of light and atmosphere coupled with a minimalist sense of form and structure. I am drawn to the sublime rather than the beautiful - to winter and quietness - patina, traces and remains" She has exhibited widely since the 1980’s. Selected exhibitions are listed below.In 1995 Carol was artist- in-residence at Grizedale Forest in Cumbria for 2 months, living in a tiny caravan and working in an enormous studio above the visitors’ centre. This amazing experience finally brought her back to live in the north - first to the coast near Whitby for 4 years, and then in 2000 to the Dales. In 2009, one of Carol’s images has been reproduced as publicity for the North York Moors Chamber Music Festival. Recent ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS 2000 Absorbent Earth - Ephemeral Light: TIC Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire 2001 Light as a Feather: Installation, Showroom Cinema, Sheffield Approaches to Landscape: Old School Arts Workshop, Middleham, Yorkshire 2004 Ronald Pile Gallery, Ely, Cambridgeshire 2006 Cancer Clinic Reception Area, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham . Russell`s Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands 2008 Perspectives of Gayle Mill (curated the show - 4 participants) Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes, North Yorkshire Recent GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2000 Hot & Cold: Cupola Gallery, Sheffield Wind & Wave: Beatrice Royal Gallery, Eastleigh, Hampshire 2001 Timely Remainders: Adze Gallery, York 5th Anniversary Show: Wills Art Warehouse, London Women in a Northern Landscape: Adze Gallery, York Celebrating the North York Moors: Scarborough Art Gallery 2002 Sift: Adze Gallery, York 2003 Woolff Gallery, London 2004 1001 Reasons to Love the Earth: 2000 Foundation, Seoul, Korea Artspace: Barn Galleries, Henley on Thames 30 x 30: Gt.Linford Arts Workshop, Milton Keynes number nine the gallery: Brindley Place, Birmingham White: Stroud House Gallery, Stroud, Glos. 2005 Artco, Leeds Manchester Art Show, MICC Manchester 2006 Glasgow Art Fair Ronald Pile Gallery, Ely, Cambridgeshire Artco, Leeds. 2007 Open Air, Taster Show for North Yorkshire Open Studios event, Tennants Auction Rooms, Leyburn, North Yorkshire Zilla Bell Gallery, Thirsk, North Yorkshire x 2 North Yorkshire Open Studios 2007/8 Godfrey and Watt Gallery, Harrogate Hornseys Gallery, Ripon 2008 Perspectives of Gayle Mill - Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes, Wensleydale Nest - Dales Countryside Museum, Hawes 2009 Curated a Group exhibition for Opening of Gayle Mill, nr. Hawes, Wensleydale Regular shows with Will`s Art Warehouse and The Affordable Art Fair, London AWARDS & PRIZES 1990 Emma Phipps Award for MA Studies, Birmingham Institute of Art & Design 1996/999 New Work Awards from Yorkshire Arts 1999/2000 Exhibition Prizes from Darlington Art Gallery and Milton Keynes RESIDENCIES & PLACEMENTS 1992 Shave Farm International Artists Workshops, Bruton, Somerset 1995 Artist-in-Residence at Grizedale Forest, Cumbria 2006 One Day Workshop at Russell`s Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands Workshop, Russsell`s Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands 2008 Residency at Gayle Mill, Gayle, Nr Hawes, Wensleydale PUBLICATIONS Natural Order - catalogue of the Grizedale Forest Sculptures Catalogues for Will`s Art Warehouse Reasons to Love the Earth - Hard-backed book published by The World Art Collection, The Netherlands Celebrating the North York Moors - Catalogue, Scarborough Art Gallery. Painting reproduced in Homes & Gardens Magazine, January 2007 YOU CAN SEE ALSO CAROL’S WORK ON THESE ART WEBSITES www.axisweb.org/artist/caroltyler www.real-artists.com
"Fireplace by Carol Tyler CAROL TYLER 2 Mill Fosse_ The Bridge "