CLARK, Caroline McAdam

1947 - ?

Caroline McAdam Clark

Caroline McAdam Clark, was born in London on 18 January 1947, daughter of James McAdam Clark, M.C., C.V.O., a diplomat, and his wife Denise née Dufournier, who married in Paris in 1947. Caroline graduated M.A. from Edinburgh College of Art and Edinburgh University 1965-1970, since when she has pursued a career as a painter. She has has also worked as book illustrator, printmaker and muralist, and an occasional visiting lecturer at the University of East London also teaching History of Art in a London day school. Caroline married at Westminster, London in 1973, Piers A. S. Feetham and is a co-director at Feetham Gallery in London, and together with her husband has co-authored a book 'The Art of Framing' (1997) and has an ongoing project making video-portraits of a number of women British painters. Her work, including several mural paintings and furniture that she has designed and decorated, are included in a number of private collections in England, Italy, France and the USA as well as several paintings and drawings in the collections of the West Deutsches Landesbank, Archant Group & Firmdale Hotels. A member of the Royal Society of British Artists and an associate member of the Royal Watercolour Society she has exhibited at Highgate Fine Art; Chappel Galleries, Essex; Messums in London; Thompson's Gallery, Aldeburgh and elsewhere. She lives and works both in London and in Suffolk with a Suffolk studio at Hill Lodge, Church Walk, Aldeburgh and contributed a work to the 'Westhall Secret Postcard Auction' in 2013 'The Blue Room'.




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