About Carol Farrow
Carol Farrow was an Educator, Artist and Pioneer, whose work was equally accomplished across Linen, Paper, and Paperclay. She worked from her home in the village of Lherm, South West France, and from her studio in South East London.
Carol trained at Goldsmiths College in Fine Art and Ceramics, her inspiration coming from costume, objects, architecture and local buildings, as well as from surfaces worn, deteriorated or affected by age. Her work has been exhibited since 1986, showing across the UK and Europe, the USA and China. She also contributed to a number of books on Papermaking, helping to secure her reputation not only as an inspirational Teacher, but also as an accomplished Artist. Her innovative work in pioneering the medium of Paperclay, which she invented in 1981, still stands as an example of transformational artistic expression, and it will remain the lasting legacy of an artist who firmly believed that good work only comes from hard work.
Very sadly Carol died on the 28th February 2012 after a short illness,
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