Carol Peace was born in 1970 and in 1992, she graduated from Winchester School of Art and set up studio in the Bristol Sculpture Shed, which would later become Spike Island, she moved to Paintworks in 2004.
Founder of the Bristol Drawing School, Carol is a figurative sculptor who could not work without drawing. The process of drawing, that intuitive response, is ...what she aims for in her work.
“It’s all about trying to see, drawing enables that.”
Her intensely personal work is shown and collected all over the UK, Europe, the Far East and United States. Her large-scale work is permanently on show at Glyndebourne and at the Dorchester’s country house hotel in Ascot.The sculptures are made in clay, which like charcoal is quick to make marks with, once finished it is cast into bronze, those fluid marks of the making are then fixed forever.
“The work is about everyday life, in its minutia, the sheer fantastic-ness of it all.”
She has had numerous solo shows since 1994, her work is shown and collected all over the UK, Europe, the Far East and United States, she has obtained numerous commissions both public and private and solo shows in London, Athens, Zurich, France, Spain and Holland. Her large-scale work is permanently on show at Glyndebourne and at the Dorchester’s country house hotel in Ascot, Lympstone Manor – Installation in 2019, and Broomhill Sculpture Gardens.