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Caroline Larsen: Tropical Blooms

Caroline Larsen: Tropical Blooms

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Larsen’s oil paintings merge pixilated neo-impressionism with the idea of textile weaving. The paintings are beautifully simple and concurrently complex. By employing blocks of colour mixed with luminous gradation, the paint underpins the canvas in intricate weave. Rich, bright and intense colours demand the attention of the viewer, drawing them into the optical illusion of the painted knit.

Caroline Larsen is a Canadian artist currently living in Brooklyn – a recent graduate from the MFA program at Pratt Institute where she received a scholarship and an Outstanding Merit Award. Larsen graduated with her B.F.A. from the University of Waterloo in 2004 and attended the University of Auckland, in New Zealand and in 2007 received her Graduate Diploma in Visual art and Art History Education. She has exhibited in Toronto and across Canada, New York and California. Her work can be found in many national and international private collections including TD Canada Trust and the Collart Collection. Larsen is an RBC Painting Competition finalist 2015.

Caroline Larsen was recently featured in The New York Times and Daily Metal.