Paintings by Caroline Kusters

Caroline Kusters was born in Amsterdam, 1981. Growing up she studied fashion and while working
her creativity led her elsewhere.

Experimenting with paint and linen canvases she discovered her true self and became an artist. In 2015 she had her first solo exhibition, and she has participated in several group and solo exhibitions ever since.

Her work has been exhibited in several luxury hotels in London and Amsterdam and in several art galleries in London and Rome. She is represented by online art galleries in London and Tokyo. There has been media coverage of her work in well-known magazines like Notting Hill life, Chelsea Life, Art&trA and the British Vogue as well on ART-Tv while having an exhibition in Rome. To create her paintings Caroline uses mainly acrylic paint and sometimes metallic spray paint and goldleaf for extra visual effects.

Most of her work is about women and Caroline uses her background in fashion as femininity and style are important in her designs. Caroline has a cooperation with Pink Ribbon Foundation UK where she is the exclusive designer for a special project in 2021. Her artwork is based on hope and prayer, the beauty and diversity of women and the Pink Ribbon Foundation. Both paintings are on auction to raise vital funds for those affected by breast cancer.

The majority of Carolines work consists of collections and women,  although she made individual art work, she emphasizes on her collections. AfricaH, Flourish and Strength are her main collections. A distinctive signature from her which returns in all her paintings are straight lines and cubicle shapes mixed with a contemporary art style.

 

Representing online galleries:

              

ArtChilli- London Shoreditch           TRiCERA- Takanawa Tokio Japan

 

You can always contact us if you want to see a specific painting or if you are interested in other artworks.

If you would like to get more information about her artwork you can always request a folder of high resolution pictures. It might give you a clearer picture of the specifics.