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Carollyne Yardley
"Carollyne"


Pop, Squirrealism from Victoria BC
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Carollyne Yardley coined the term Squirrealism to describe her signature style of fine artwork and commercial media and merchandising using squirrel faces in paintings, photographs, and digital art to create strange, transgene characters and creatures, living in wonderful worlds.

Through the meticulous and minute brushwork of fine portraiture, Carollyne’s work incorporates allegory and surrealism to explore psychological truths and complexities about the human condition. Even without a human face, her paintings maintain the essence of a portrait, immediately conveying humour and personality — followed by budding uncertainty about the characters and the secrets they keep.

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Boudoir - Group exhibit at Victoria Emerging Art Gallery
In this Video Artist(s) Logan Ford, Luis Enrique Oliver, Lisa Rose, Samuel Jan, Carollyne Yardley Resource(s): Victoria Emerging Art Gallery (VEAG)
Posted: May. 10, 2014


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