Caroline Marinovich


Caroline has been doing art all her life and gained her BA (Fine Art) Honours degree at the University of the Witwatersrand, with firsts for Painting and Design. She then went to a painting school in France. She then worked in the film industry as an artist, animator and film editor. She painted huge cycloramas and designed the characters for a children’s TV series. Caroline also painted a series of wildlife pictures for a corporate advertising campaign. She exhibits frequently and is involved in teaching drawing, watercolours and pastels at Atwell House, and acrylics and oils at Tresillian Community Centre. In 2010 she co-run the plein air workshops for the Gallery of West Australia in conjunction with the Mc Cubbin exhibition, and in April 2014 Caroline run a plein air workshop during the Sculpture Walk Exhibition, for the City of Melville.


2002 -2013. 16 art awards . 2008 Finalist in Black Swan Portrait Prize.
2002 -2013. 16 art awards . 2008 Finalist in Black Swan Portrait Prize.

Artist Statement

I have enjoyed art all my life and drawn the things around me from a young age. Studying at university, a painting school in France and various workshops has made me love all the different mediums. Capturing people in everyday situations, rain scenes, back- lighting, portraits and colourful still-lives are all part of my repertoire.