Caro Burberry was born in Aylesbury and grew up surrounded by the fields and woodlands of rural Buckinghamshire. Caro, a lifelong artist with a strong background in printmaking and drawing, received a classical training at The Frink School of Figurative Sculpture. While studying she was awarded a studentship bursary by The Elmley Foundation as well as a commission for the bronze 'Emerging Woman' for St. Michael's Hospice in Herefordshire.
Always pushing the boundaries of her knowledge, Caro discovered her love for creating sculpture in bronze and cast iron while working collaboratively with fine art foundries and museums in the UK and USA. Here she explored innovative moulding and casting techniques and developed her trademark velvety black patina for her cast iron sculptures.
Notable commissions in cast iron include 'Worship' for Ironbridge Open Air Museum of Steel Sculpture and 'Indiana Visionary' for Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum, Indiana, USA. Now living high in the Malvern Hills, Caro creates her art at her Worcestershire studio and regularly undertakes private commissions in bronze. Caro was also elected a Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in March 2012.
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