12 October 2022 – Please come along if you are able to!
1980s Bristol – music, art and demons
As I grew older, I slowly began to drift down the hill from my school to St. Pauls, and as a creative person, it sparked my neurons. Houses were painted brighter colours, music was played louder, food smelt and tasted better, people laughed a lot and partied. It was a hell of an awakening.
Paintings have begun making friends in their new clothes.
I recently wrote a piece on LinkedIn about PTSD, which might go some way to explain why I am dedicating my time to defacing every painting I have made since I left Iraq (see my cover up blog too). In the meantime. Here are a couple more!
Heads – Portraits by Caroline Jaine
In Diplomat Magazine, May 2018
Lift Art Gallery Exhibition – Caroline Jaine
I’m delighted to announce my collaboration with Lift Art Gallery. Enjoy the virtual tour of my exhibition! http://www.exhibitionatlift.com/caroline-jaine/
War, Motors and Art – getting close to danger
It is inevitable then, that my art has to be about power, danger and survival.
Why I am Charlie – and Nour, Bilal, Hassan, Victor and Felix
As hoards of think-tankers, journalists and academics rush to pour out their complex opinions on the Charlie Hebdo murders, as an artist, I pause to consider why I might be Charlie.
Places, perceptions and pictures
The pictures we carry in our minds are often stereo-typical and overlook the complexity and people of a place.
Humanitarian Images of Syria and Iraq
The media has held our hand through the current crisis in Syria and Iraq and provided for us some of the most ghastly images of conflict seen for a long time. Beheaders, the defiant and armed, cloaked in black, make for a stunning bad guys and our governments too feed on a beautifully dumbed-down narrative… Continue reading Humanitarian Images of Syria and Iraq