Caroline Winn


Caroline has worked as a ceramicist since the early 1990s, although her interest and involvement in ceramics goes back to her childhood. She has studios by the Thames in Hammersmith, west London, and near St Ives in Cornwall, and splits her time between them. Her work has been sold to collections throughout the UK and overseas and exhibited in galleries in London and Cornwall.


Caroline has also taught ceramics extensively during her career. She has run courses for Dulwich Picture Gallery, the National Trust, The Art Academy London, St Paul's Girls' School and a wide range of other institutions in the UK. She also offers a number of residential courses each year at her home and studio in west Cornwall, as well as classes in her London studio.

In her earlier career, Caroline worked as a curator for South London Art Gallery, the Tate Gallery in London and private art galleries in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia.

Recent exhibitions

Alive in the Universe
Caroline Wiseman Gallery video installation, Venice Biennale

Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe, Tremenheere Sculpture Park

Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe 
Tremenhhere Sculpture Park


Nov-Dec 2021: Artist in Residence, Guldagergaard International Ceramics Research Centre, Denmark


Sept-Oct 2019: Ceramics Southern Africa workshop and lecture tour 


June 2019: Handmade Oxford

May-June 2019: Alive in the Universe, Caroline Wiseman Gallery, Venice Biennale 

March 2019: Affordable Art Fair, London

Sept 2018: Ebb & Flow, Thames Festival, London

July 2018: Tremenheere Art Gallery, Cornwall

Jan-March 2018: Artist in Residence, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines

Sept 2017: Thames Festival, London

June 2017: Shoreham Sculpture Trail for The London Group

May 2017: Tremenheere Sculpture Park, Cornwall (permanent installation)

April 2017: London Potters Exhibition, Barbican Art Gallery, London


Feb 2017: Johnathan Tucker Fine Art, St James’, London


Nov 2016: Society of Arts in Cornwall Exhibition, Penwith Gallery, St Ives