“Carole Foster has been inspired to capture the magic of the Australian outback on canvas. She spent many years travelling to the most remote and harshest parts of Central, North and Western Australia. Her superb work reflects the mystical “rhythms of the land” and will resonate with those who have had the good fortune to visit the outback.”

As an adult Carole first became interested in abstract, she had formal lessons and then turned to impressionism. However, she always admired artists such as Brett Whitely and Fred Williams.

Spending some 20 years roaming the outback from the Simpson dessert to Kakadu and the Kimberley’s she became very spiritually connected to the Australian outback and our indigenous people.

After many years sitting on hill tops Carole says the sheer joy, impressions and emotions stay with you for the rest of your life. Everything Carole has done she believes has helped her understand nature more, a “sacred connection with the brush which stays with you forever.”

Describing her work as gestural and impressionistic, it is also romantic in quality, with the artist not restricting herself to landscapes, although the outback tends to evoke much emotion.

Recent Exhibitions

2014 – Traffic Jam Gallery, Sydney
2014 – White Hill Gallery, Red Hill
2015 – Traffic Jam Gallery, Sydney
2015 – Manyung Gallery, Mt Eliza
2015 – Manyung Gallery, Malvern
2015 – Traffic Jam Gallery, Sydney
2016 – Manyung Gallery, Mt Eliza
2016 – Traffic Jam Gallery, Sydney
2017 – Manyung Gallery, Sorrento
2017 – Land Rhythms Art, Dromana
2017 – Mingara Gallery, Philip Island
2017 – Singapore Art Fair
2017 – Traffic Jam Gallery, Sydney
2017 – Seaview gallery, Queenscliff
2017 – Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
2017 – Hong Kong Art Fair
2017 – Kyabram Town Hall
2018 – Seaview Gallery, Queenscliff
2018 – Manyung Gallery

A selection of Carole’s work

A selection of Carole’s work for sale online