Carole Hodgson: Sculpture and Works on Paper features
seventeen sculptures and eight collages by British artist Carole
Hodgson. The artistís response to her observation of landscapes,
buildings, and live objects is the inspiration for the works in the
I feel strongly that if visual observation is to progress then extensions of the senses have to be challenged
to reveal unseen forces, systems, relationships, connections, transformations - the issues and concerns of
Hodgson studied at the Wimbledon School of Art and Slade School
of Fine Art in London. She spent four years traveling to
archaeological sites in Asia and South America. Her travels helped
build upon her art historical studies by extending the artists subject
matter to include landscape and architecture. She continued her
training at a studio in Wales and the British School in Rome.
Hodgson has exhibited her work at Flowers East gallery in London
since 1972. She has participated in solo exhibitions at Angela
Flowers Gallery, London; Christies Fine Art Course, London; Royal
Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford; and Lawrence University, Appleton,
Wisconsin. Her works are in both private and public collections.
Public collections include Arts Council of Great Britain; University
College of Wales; Welsh Contemporary Arts Society; and The
Department of the Environment, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Hodgsons awards include Kingston University research grants to
China, Chile, and Argentina; Grocers Company Bursary to British
School at Rome; and the British Council USA Touring Exhibition.
as a writer,
examiner. She is currently employed as a principal
lecturer at Kingston University in London.
The exhibition is sponsored in part by the
Marquette University Womens Council
Endowment in honor of John P. Raynor, S.J; The
British Council; Kingston University; and Angela
Flowers Gallery and Flowers East.