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Today we learned we are at that exciting moment in history. The prologue of ‘The Epic Journey Undertaken’…The Life and Art of Caroline Sheerin (Caz). This exact point has been recorded for all of history with great feats yet to come.
In 1985 Lieutenant Colonel Dye 325th Infantry of the Famed Elite Paratrooper Unit, The 82nd Airborne Division stood atop his jeep giving his address before hundreds of Paratroopers waiting to deploy. Ltc. Dye Stated: “There are three (3) kinds of people. Those that make history, those that record history and those who sit back and watch history go by. Today Troopers you are making history!”
Today History is being made by Caroline Sheerin as her prologue draws to its end the main body of her Epic Journey Undertaken begins, you and I are here to witness it, record it, not to just sit back and watch it go by.
“As a former soldier with the Irish Defense Forces, there is a strong military theme within my paintings…
Sand from Omaha and Normandy Beaches is incorporated into my army paintings. I have huge respect for the military and particularly the Airborne units. I have a limited supply but plan on putting the sand into some clay work soon…
but as I progress within the ceramics world I have become obsessed with form.”
The curve of a line; the precision that can be achieved with hand and eye alone. I use the techniques of hand-building and pottery wheels; known as ‘throwing’.
Caroline hand mixes all her glazes using basic elements in various quantities. These ancient skills have existed since the dawn of civilization and are an integral part of our history.
On completion of her degree Caroline plans to bring her artistry back home to her native Dublin city.
Credits and Disclaimers:
Original Artwork PHOTO-MONTAGE SELF, Bio Picture of Caroline Sheerin (Caz) © Copyright Caroline Sheerin (Caz). All Rights Reserved. Caroline Sheerin (Caz) Art used with permission(s). Please do not use without direct permission from Caroline Sheerin (Caz).
Born on The Field of Battle,..The Shaw Centre for The Arts and Literature celebrates the concepts of form, beauty, aesthetics, mood and style as founded in the liberal arts tradition.
The Shaw Centre for The Arts and Literature is named after Harry Shaw, Sgt. U.S Army Retired, 82nd Airborne Division. Wounded in combat during Operation Urgent Fury (Grenada, 1983). Awards include: the Bronze Star with Valor Device, Purple Heart, and Army Commendation Medal.
Shaw is a lifelong artist and student of all things created, sacred…Life.
The Shaw Centre gratefully acknowledges Irish Artist Clive Hughes for his permission(s) granted use of Dunluce Castle Co. Antrim. Still in virtual space, The Shaw Centre for The Arts and Literature is to have a physical home in the near future.
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