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b. 1981, Lugoff, SC

Caroline Clark is a functional ceramic sculptor whose work highlights a sense of joy and wonder in everyday items. Exploring themes of community, growth, and movement, she creates her own variations of the hidden symbiotic systems of coral reefs and mycelium networks. Her work draws parallels to our own communities and support systems and invites examination of human interconnectedness and the effect we have on those around us.


Clark earned a B.A. in English and Spanish, an M.A. in Spanish Education, and spent twelve years as a Spanish educator before becoming a ceramicist and sculptor. Primarily self-taught, she has developed her own processes and tools to construct her intricate functional sculptures. Her work has been exhibited by The Jasper Gallery, FemmeX, Gap Gallery, numerous juried fine art fairs throughout the Southeastern United States, and in private collections across the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.

Clark currently lives and creates in the pine forests of her childhood in rural South Carolina, and is actively involved in local arts organizations.

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