Caroline Stoughton

Acrylic and Oil

Studio 12

Caroline Stoughton is a painter who explores the depth of feeling and the power of memory through works inspired by nature.

Caroline paints to recapture the feelings of positivity and confidence, like those she experienced while her grandmother was alive. Her grandmother passed away from Alzheimer’s and dementia, and from this experience, Caroline realized that all we truly have is a moment. She believes that memories may fade, but feelings are forever. Her paintings, which feature highly pigmented colors and subjects drawn from nature, explore how we can be reminded of these loving feelings, even without a specific memory.

Based in the suburbs of Philadelphia, she received a B.F.A. in Painting from Tyler School of Art. In 2019, she presented her solo exhibition “CHROMA” at Stella Elkins Gallery in Philadelphia, featuring a 30-foot painting. Caroline’s unwavering commitment to color earned her the Richard Cramer Color Award in 2020. She has been interviewed by ABC News for her philanthropy work and painting for the Souls Shot Portrait Project. Her paintings can be found in private collections throughout the United States and in Rome, Italy.

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