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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Caroline Hyman

Dates:  1944, 29 June -
Born:  England, Berkshire, Ascot
Active:  UK / USA
Contemporary British photographer noted for her botanical work.

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Caroline Hyman's still life images originate on monochrome film, and she makes traditional silver prints in her darkroom in the Hambleden Valley,Oxfordshire. The prints are toned using selenium, sepia and gold. Some are then hand-tinted with photo oil paints, thus giving them their unique quality and individuality. Her talent lies not only in in the mastery of the photographic process, but also her own ability to inspire the subject with a poetic vision that is very much her own. Recent work has been influenced by the botanical drawings of the Victorian era
Her photographs have appeared in in numerous publications and books including; Pro-Lighting's Black and White Shots, Lighting for Still Life, Photo Art, RPS Journal, Art Review, Zoom, Photography Monthly, BJP, and Amateur Photographer.
She is a Fellow of The Royal Photographic Society and member of the Contemporary Distinctions Panel. She was invited to join Arena in 1997
Photographer Terry O'Neil says of her work a "...stunning fresh innovative new eye in photography - the Georgia O'Keefe of the camera..."
In 1997 Caroline began a collection of photographs of people, places and events in the Hambleden Valley (UK), the idea being to capture this unique area at the turn of the millenium. This resulted in 'Portrait of a Valley', a limited edition, hard back book that was published in 2001. Work on her next book has begun.
2006-2009 Arena exhibition, Guildford House Gallery, Surrey, UK
2007 Henley Festival, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, UK
2006 Eye 4 Detail - Caroline Hyman, Gallery on the Green, Warlingham, Surrey, UK
2005 Open your Eyes - General Exhibition, Gallery on the Green, Warlingham, Surrey, UK
2005 Arena Exhibition, Guildford House Gallery, Surrey, UK
2004 On the Wall, Olympia Grand Hall, London, UK
2004 Arena Exhibition, Salisbury Galleries, Salisbury, Wilts, UK
2001 'Portrait of a Valley', Hambleden, Oxfordshire, UK (Book launch and exhibition)
2001 Caroline Hyman Exhibition, Focus Gallery, 43 Museum St, London
2001 Arena Exhibition, Hexagon, Reading, Berkshire, UK
2000 One Village-One Valley Exhibition, Celebration 2000 Fawley Court, Henley on Thames, UK
2000 Malcolm Innes Gallery,7 Bury St, London, UK
2000 Design Week, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, London, UK
2000 Caroline Hyman still life, Berkeley Square Cafe, 7 Davies St, London, UK
2000 Focus Gallery Christmas Exhibition, 43 Museum St, London, UK
1999 Arena Exhibition, Whiteleys, London, UK
1997 Caroline Hyman Exhibition, Park Walk Gallery, London, UK  
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